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Collaborative working between large and small voluntary organisations

This study was carried out by IVAR in 2006 for NCVO. The Study focused on partnerships between large and small organisations (L/SPs). The report covers five areas:

  1. The distinctive features of L/SPs and the challenges associated with them;
  2. The costs involved in collaboration through L/SPs;
  3. How far L/SPs depend on external support;
  4. The degree to which L/SPs are perceived as bringing additional benefits to end users;
  5. The factors that contribute to effective L/SPs.

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