Charities might have to change radically, says chair of civil society inquiry

Charities will have to consider radically changing the way they work to meet social and technological challenges over the next decade, according to Julia Unwin, Chair of the independent Inquiry into the Future of Civil Society. Unwin said her inquiry will focus on how the charity sector should respond to issues such as increasing job insecurity, the impact of new digital technology and a more divided and unequal society. 

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