Tag Archives: Charity law and regulation

Policy Round-Up: December 2016

This blog provides a summary and commentary of some of the key developments in policy affecting charities during the month of December 2016. Continue reading

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Policy round-up: November 2016

A summary of some of the key policy developments affecting charities in November 2016. Continue reading

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Public Policy round-up: October 2016

A summary of the policy developments relevant to charities that happened in October 2016, from NCVO's Head of Policy Elizabeth Chamberlain. Continue reading

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Summer 2016 A to Z – Part Two

A summary of the key policy issues relevant to charities that have happened this Summer. Continue reading

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Our recommendations on putting donors in control

A review of NCVO's recommendations on consent in fundraising and how to treat donors' data Continue reading

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Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme: An opportunity lost

Helpful changes which have been made and concerns over missed opportunities for change Continue reading

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Summer 2016 A to Z – Part One

Some of the important policy issues affecting charities that have come up in Summer 2016. Continue reading

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Governance round-up: August 2016

The Winifred Tumim Prize, support for chairs, the latest from the Charity Commission, training and more Continue reading

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Are trustees to be discouraged from doing anything?

This blog analyses the Charity Commission's guidance for trustees on litigation, and raises concerns about its tone and the negative message it sends trustees Continue reading

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A vision for the Office for Civil Society’s future in DCMS

The move to DCMS will be good for the Office for Civil Society, says its director, Mark Fisher. Continue reading

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