Author Archives: Stuart Etherington

Stuart Etherington

About Stuart Etherington

Sir Stuart Etherington has been chief executive of NCVO since 1994.

Why small charities matter to us all

At the start of Small Charity Week 2018, NCVO's chief executive says we all have a duty to support small charities. Continue reading

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Charities are working hard to fix abuse problems

Ethical dilemmas and logistical problems abound in international aid, but many charities have been improving their reporting processes so that incidents of abuse can be identified and dealt with effectively. Continue reading

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Sir Stuart Etherington’s new year letter to the sector 2018

Charities, community groups and volunteering will be crucial to helping resolve division and unease in society, says NCVO's chief executive, Sir Stuart Etherington Continue reading

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National Citizen Service partnership with Scouts is a step in the right direction

A new partnership between NCS and the Scouts Association is a positive step, writes NCVO's chief executive. Continue reading

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The June 2017 general election

Reaction to the general election result Continue reading

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Charities must have a voice in Brexit

Learning and moving on from the referendum debate Continue reading

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Stuart Etherington’s new year letter to the sector

Thoughts on the big issues effecting the voluntary sector in the coming year Continue reading

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A resolution to the anti-lobbying clause

An analysis of the government's announcement of 10 minimum grant making standards and changes to the anti-lobbying clause Continue reading

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Edward Birchall: The World War One soldier behind today’s NCVO

The vision and legacy of Edward Birchall, NCVO's founder Continue reading

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The EU referendum result

However you cast your vote yesterday, it is indisputable this morning that Britain has taken a decision with the most significant of consequences. Continue reading

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