The House of Lords Select Committee on Public Services is calling for evidence from voluntary sector organisations for its inquiry.
This inquiry will focus on four key areas:
The integration of services; inequalities in access and outcome;
The relationship between local and national services; and
The role of business and the third sector – charities, volunteers and community groups – during coronavirus.
Charities and not-for-profits with experience or expertise of the issues under investigation – particularly those working for frontline services – are being encouraged to share their views with the Committee, in the full knowledge that their views have value and are welcome.
The committee is due to hold its first public evidence session on 3 June. The deadline for written evidence submissions is 29 June.
For more information and to submit evidence, click here.