Making the Connection: The Use of Social Technologies in Civil Society
Author: Suw Charman-Anderson
Over 70% of UK civil society organisations use social media — websites, services and applications that allow users to engage in social behaviours online or on a mobile phone — but research shows it is not always being used effectively. Poor web design, a lack of stakeholder engagement and common misconceptions about user groups are some issues. Resistance to new technology by management and trustees is also causing problems. In this report, Suw Charman-Anderson combines extensive research and analysis of current trends with a vision for the future that envisages how developments in social technologies will shape the social web and society.
Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 December 2019
The Trustees present their report and accounts of the Trust for the year ended 31 December 2019.Read More
Fear and Loaning – The Impact of Covid-19 on affordable credit providers serving financially vulnerable customers
This report is based on results from a rapid response survey undertaken by Community Finance Solutions at the University of...Read More