Read the first TSI Barriers Briefing prepared by TSI partner institutions Third Sector Research Centre (TSRC) and the University of Kent (SSPSSSR and PSSRU) and a second paper that moves towards a more nuanced account of the barriers third sector organisations are facing in their attemots to to achieving impact.
In this interview Lester Salamon talks about the different contributions the Third Sector Impact project has made to measuring the economic, social and sector specific contributions of voluntary associations, social economy initiatives and non-profit organisations.
Despite their demographic and economic importance, rural regions lag behind in a number of socio-economic indicators. Inhabitants are often at higher risk of poverty, face difficulties in accessing infrastructure and public services, and display lower levels of employment, income, educational attainment. Rural isolation refers not only to social, labour and educational exclusion, but also to […]
We are delighted to announce a panel session on TSI at this years ISTR Conference “The Third Sector in Transition: Accountability, Transparency, and Social Inclusion” in Stockholm, Sweden. The panel will be titled “Empirical Assessment of Third Sector Impact”. We will keep you posted on the different presentations.
TSI European stakeholder organisation European Volunteer Centre (CEV) published a toolkit to help volunteer-involving organisations develop employee volunteering. It guides the user through a process that emphasises the importance of ensuring a common understanding in the organisation about the purpose and added value of employee volunteering projects and explains the different possible models. The Workbook […]
Ksenija Fonovic, Vicedirector of TSI partner SPES, is holding a Webinar titled “Measuring the Impact of the Third Sector: Concept, metrics, statistics, data. Developments to consider in advocacy work”, oranised for the staff of TSI stakeholder organisation Balkan Civil Society Development Network on 2 February, 2016, 9.30-11 am. This is the programme: 1. Information as […]