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Summer reading list

Enjoy free access to these articles from Voluntary Sector Review until 31 July 

The ‘resilience’ of community organisations during the COVID-19 pandemic: absorptive, adaptive and transformational capacity during a crisis response
Chris Dayson et al. 

Third sector housing in 21st-century Hong Kong: opportunities and challenges
Betty Yung and Alex Chan 

Party membership and charitable giving in China: the mediating role of resources, networks, prosocial values and making compulsory donations
Yongzheng Yang and Pamala Wiepking 

‘Never more needed’ yet never more stretched: reflections on the role of the voluntary sector during the COVID-19 pandemic
Harriet Thiery et al.

Migrant integration services and coping with the digital divide: challenges and opportunities of the COVID-19 pandemic [Open Access]
Caitlin McMullin 

‘Uncertainty is the only certainty’: how pragmatic sociology provides a useful theoretical framework for researching the third sector during COVID-19
Janis Petzinger, Tobias Jung, and Kevin Orr 

Shared leadership in voluntary sector organisations: exploring practice and theory development
Henry Mumbi and Demola Obembe 

Accountability in non-profit health care organisations: towards building online practices
Asya Cooley 

Essential, complex and multi-form: the local leadership of civil society from an Anglo-Italian perspective [Open Access]
Michela Pagani, Alessandro Sancino, and Leslie Budd

The role of collaborative housing initiatives in public value co-creation ‐ a case study of Freiburg, Germany
Lisa Dang and Ann-Kathrin Seemann

The relationship between state funding and volunteer levels in voluntary sector organisations: a quantitative analysis of regulatory data
Christopher Damm

Voluntary ‘organic’ leadership for community resilience
Benjamin J. Lough

Shoots and leaves: exploring the impacts and fragile sustainability of sustainable place-making projects working with marginalised people
Sam Ramsden

Assembling community energy democracies
Bregje van Veelen and Will Eadson 

The role of context in the nature and development of DIY impact measurement tools: a case study
Valentine Seymour

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