Monthly Archives: January 2013

New guide published to help councils develop SIBs and access the Social Outcomes Fund

Social Impact Bonds have become a key part of the local government vocabulary over the past couple of years. Commissioners up and down the country are looking at them as the answer to the riddle of how preventative services can … Continue reading

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Is Chris Grayling missing the revolution?

This post is from our Development Director Toby Eccles, blogging in a personal capacity. It originally appeared on his blog here. You can also follow him on twitter @tobyecc Chris Grayling yesterday published his consultation on reforming probation, focusing more … Continue reading

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SOCIAL FINANCE RESPONSE TO MOJ ANNOUNCEMENT

Social Finance welcomes today’s announcement from the Coalition Government focusing on prisoner rehabilitation and the offering of much needed resources towards rehabilitating short-sentenced offenders across the UK. We encourage the Secretary of State for Justice to look beyond the Probation … Continue reading

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Worried About Change

This is a guest post from Steve Goldberg, an Independent Social Investment Advisor, and originally appeared here. Social Finance does not necessarily endorse all of Steve’s views.    These are tough days to be in the public sector and it’s … Continue reading

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