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For this month only the latest issue of Voluntary Sector Review (Vol. 9, No. 1) will be free to access until 31 July.

http://bit.ly/VSR0901



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IN THE CURRENT FREE ISSUE: Vol. 9, No. 1

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RESEARCH
Local civil society regimes: liberal, corporatist and social democratic civil society regimes in Swedish metropolitan cities
http://bit.ly/Arvidson
Arvidson, Malin; Johansson, Håkan; Johansson, Staffan; Nordfeldt, Marie

Place, belonging and the determinants of volunteering
http://bit.ly/Dallimore
Dallimore, David J.; Davis, Howard; Eichsteller, Marta; Mann, Robin

"We're not a bottomless pit": food banks' capacity to sustainably meet increasing demand
http://bit.ly/Iafrati
Iafrati, Steve

The intermediary organisational structure of voluntary associations
http://bit.ly/HorchHD
Horch, Heinz-Dieter

Understanding the impact of volunteering on pro-environmental behavioural change
http://bit.ly/SeymourV
Seymour, Valentine; King, Mike; Antonaci, Roberta
POLICY REVIEW
A tale of two states? A comparative study of cross-sector collaboration in children's services and flood risk management
http://bit.ly/Jacklin-Jarvis
Jacklin-Jarvis, Carol; Potter, Karen

PRACTICE PAPER
Working towards gender equality in small and medium-sized third sector organisations: an incremental approach
http://bit.ly/HarrisM_MillerH
Harris, Margaret; Miller, Helena

BOOK REVIEWS
Linsey McGoey (2016) No such thing as a free gift: The Gates Foundation and the price of philanthropy; Rhodri Davies (2016) Public good by private means: How philanthropy shapes Britain
http://bit.ly/HoggE
Hogg, Eddy

Linda Milbourne and Ursula Murray (eds) (2017) Civil society organizations in turbulent times: A gilded web?
http://bit.ly/ScottD2
Scott, Duncan

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