Bordering on the incomprehensible: how refugees and asylum seekers have fallen out of public view

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 3 Mar 2021

This week's blog is a sobering account of the UK general public's attitudes towards refugees, asylum seekers, and overseas aid and development charities. We share some data from our Charity Awareness Monitor research with the general public.

£800 million extra given to charity during Covid? You cannot be serious.

Submitted by Max Roche on 4 Nov 2020

Last week CAF released a report saying that the public has given an extra £800m during the first six months of this year, compared to last. The research flows against the tide of almost all other research carried out during Covid. This week's blog looks at the reasons why CAF's research needs to be interrogated and treated with caution. 

New research: understanding the perspectives of the UK LGBT+ population on their engagement with the Third Sector

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 25 Jun 2020

This week's blog highlights the importance of making LGBT+ voices heard and the fact that this audience remains largely under-researched in the charity sector. It also analyses our LGBT+ research and what an ideal LGBT+ charity would look like.

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