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Let's Imagine podcast EPISODE 6: A Global Perspective of the Nonprofit Sector: England

Let's Imagine podcast EPISODE 6: A Global Perspective of the Nonprofit Sector: England

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A Global Perspective of the Nonprofit Sector: England, with Sarah Vibert

Image: Sarah VibertIn this episode, we hear perspectives from a counterpart organization, the National Council for Voluntary Organizations (NCVO), which supports the nonprofit sector in England. Over the past few years, an informal network of leaders from national umbrella organizations like Imagine Canada, NCVO, the National Council of Nonprofits in the US, and the Community Council of Australia, have been meeting to discuss a variety of issues - some that are unique to our respective countries and others that we share. With our guest Sarah Vibert, CEO of NCVO, we explore the differences and similarities facing charities and nonprofits in England and Canada, and how having an international perspective on issues helps to broaden our own thinking. 

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Transcript of episode (transcript will be autogenerated, and only be available in the language the episode is recorded in)


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