House of Lords inquiry calls for evidence from charities on public services

Posted 09.06.2020

A parliamentary inquiry into the impact of the coronavirus crisis on public services is looking for evidence from charities.

The House of Lords Select Committee on Public Services has launched an inquiry into the lessons which can be learned from the pandemic. The committee’s work will include a focus on the role of charities in providing services and collaborating with other groups during the crisis.

The committee specifically asks charities to provide information about the lessons they have learned during the crisis, examples of new ways in which the public sector and charities have collaborated to meet increased need, and how charities could be better integrated into local public service systems in the future.

Deadline for responses: June 29th 2020


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