Tag Archives: Independence and values

Oxfam And Haiti: Next Steps For Charities (Part II)

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Dealing with abuse: Are criminal records checks the answer?

There is a lot of coverage of Oxfam this week – leading to a wider discussion on how we can deal with harm and abuse should it arise, and the role of criminal records. As we think about what steps we can all take next, here are some things to consider and resources you might find useful. Continue reading

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Look around you: charity is changing

Analysis of recent articles on the future direction of the charity sector. Continue reading

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Should charities keep the Presidents Club donations? What the public say

Most people say charities should keep the donations, but what should charities bear in mind about Presidents Club donations? Continue reading

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The Presidents Club scandal: what should charities be thinking about now?

The whole voluntary sector has been appalled by last week’s revelations from the Financial Times’ investigation into the Presidents Club Charitable Trust’s Annual Fundraising Dinner. But we know dealing with some of these issues can be complicated, so we wanted to offer some pointers to help with any questions which might arise. Continue reading

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Civil Society Futures: Have your say

Julia Unwin discusses what the independent inquiry into the future of civil society has learnt so far, and how you can contribute Continue reading

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The June 2017 general election

Reaction to the general election result Continue reading

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Policy Round Up: April 2017

A summary of the key policy and regulatory developments affecting charities in April 2017 Continue reading

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Is the voluntary sector losing its independence?

A discussion of the new civil exchange report on voluntary sector independence, and whether we can think differently about the issue. Continue reading

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The Lords’ Committee, charity regulation and charging

What the Lords' Select Committee on Charities has said about charity regulation, the Charity Commission, and its plans to introduce charging Continue reading

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