The immediate origin of this collection of essays was the twentieth anniversary symposium held at the Centre for Voluntary Organisation of the London School of Economics in September 1998. More than thirty voluntary sector researchers from many countries came together over two days to examine the links between third sector organisations and the public policy contexts within which they operate. This volume brings together just a small proportion of the many stimulating papers prepared especially for that event. The papers here have been selected for the perspectives they provide on our theme of ‘change and choice’.
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