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Understanding the UK third sector

3 March 2014

This final report summarises TSRC’s research activities and the impact they have made: Understanding the UK third sector

With the backing and support of the Economic Social Research Council, the Barrow Cadbury Trust, and the Office for Civil Society we have made significant progress in developing a robust and independent research resource for those working in, for and with the third sector.

In 2008 The Third Sector Research Centre set out to improve the quality of the evidence base on the sector and worked collaboratively with a range of stakeholders to do this – the impact of our work has been widely acknowledged by third sector organisations, government departments and charitable foundations. 

The work of the Centre will now be consolidated at the University of Birmingham and further information about future activities can be found on the website.

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