Welcome to the Association for Research in the Voluntary and Community Sector (ARVAC) website.  

ARVAC was founded in 1978 as a network for researchers in the voluntary and community sector. It now provides information and training in research for and about the community sector.

We are a membership organisation and invite any researchers or practitioners from academia, the public sector and importantly, from the community sector to join. Membership is free.


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Are you a trustee or governance professional?

Read this month’s round-up from governance expert, Aggie Taylor, for the latest news, resources and dates for your diary 👉 https://www.ncvo.org.uk/news-and-insights/news-index/governance-round-up-february-2024/

Why are high earners increasingly concerned about inequality?

At today's pre-budget briefing, hosted by @RichardBurgon, @GerryMitchell2 will talk about findings from 'Uncomfortably Off'. #PreBudgetBriefing #SocialJustice

Find out more about the book:

Really delighted that this is now out. Thank you @JurgenGrotz for contributing to the series - this volume is especially timely here in the UK @CarolynKagan @DrBryer @ClancyFirefox @kristy_docherty @KaySocLearn

We are excited to share our new opportunity to co-produce research to inform health and social care decision making across the UK with @UCL_LACES. Join us to #coproduce research evidence summaries. Read more in our latest blog: https://www.coproductioncollective.co.uk/news/new-opportunities-to-help-co-produce-summaries-of-research-evidence

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