A Charitable Concern

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Author: Richard Kerley

Year: 2012

‘A Charitable Concern – how charities in Scotland are preparing for the potential for constitutional change’ is new research from the Carnegie UK Trust, that explores the current state of awareness, understanding of, and responses to the implications of possible further constitutional changes amongst charities in Scotland.

The Scottish Government is committed to holding a referendum of the Scottish electorate on the issue of independence from the United Kingdom in autumn 2014. This report argues that now the scope of the referendum question has been confirmed, it is an appropriate time for organisations to begin to formally explore the possible implications of further constitutional change for their organisations.

Click on the image to download the report (PDF).

You can find out more about our A Charitable Concern project here.

To view an infographic showing key stats from our findings click here.
 


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