Brevia Not-For-Profit (NFP), a dedicated division of Brevia Consulting, has a strong track record of supporting trade associations, professional bodies and charities.
The role of trade associations and professional bodies in UK regulatory delivery and policy making is changing. Associations are no longer only working in support of their members, but in many instances they now carry out key tasks on behalf of their memberships, especially in areas such as legislative compliance. Instead of the traditional command and control approach, the Government is looking to expand its work with industry bodies to develop novel regulatory systems where the work is shared between the public and private sectors. Our consultants can advise on driving legislative change to create these opportunities, the implementation of stakeholder engagement programmes and the demonstration of value to individual members.
Following a number of recent controversies in charity management and fundraising practices, charities must seize the opportunity to differentiate themselves provided by the new regulatory framework. The Government is looking to champion innovative practices which safeguard both supporters and service users, whilst ensuring that the UK’s charity sector retains its world-leading reputation. Brevia’s consultants work with charities to understand the political and regulatory environment in which they operate, develop messaging, and assist in targeting the right stakeholders.
As COP26 approaches, Brevia will be tracking the latest milestones in the UK’s preparations for the upcoming climate conference. This week’s developments cover the CCC’s upcoming Climate Risk Assessment, the launch of the New Net Zero Business Group Alliance, and questions surrounding green taxes.
The momentum behind COP26 has created an apparently benign climate for low carbon investment in the UK, however that could all change at next week’s Scottish Parliament election. The 2021 Scottish Parliament elections will be the latest in a series of public ballots, since 2014’s Scottish Referendum, where the future of the United Kingdom is at stake. Due to Brexit and COVID19 it has perhaps been understated how important the Scottish election will be. However, depending upon its result, we could see British politics dominated by the issue of Scottish independence in the same way it was dominated by Brexit in recent years. Businesses whose investments depend on policy decisions yet to come must be mindful of this. As the question of Scottish Independence may leave politicians and officials will little time to consider anything else.
As COP26 approaches, Brevia will be tracking the latest milestones in the UK’s preparations for the upcoming climate conference. This week’s developments focus on the recent Climate Summit, Earth Day, the launch of the Global Power System Consortium, and the Climate Pledge.
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