Tag Archives: Independence and values

Public policy round-up: May 2018

This blog provides a summary of some of the key regulatory and policy developments relevant to charities that happened in May 2018. 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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NCVO members – a growing force for social change

We’re incredibly proud of our members and the great work they do for their communities. Here is what we're doing to help our growing membership make a bigger difference. Continue reading

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Public policy round-up: April 2018

A summary of the key policy and regulatory developments during the last month, including publication of the final report from the House of Commons committee on citizenship and civic engagement, highlights from our Annual Conference, and the future of the National Lottery. Continue reading

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Public Policy Round-Up: March 2018

This blog provides a summary of some of the key policy and regulatory developments affecting charities in the month of March 2018 Continue reading

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Charity Commission Safeguarding Summit: What you need to know

This blog provides a first hand account of the discussions about safeguarding during the summit called by the Charity Commission and the Office for Civil Society with UK charities Continue reading

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What should the government’s new civil society strategy look like?

In this blog post, Karl Wilding discusses government's new civil society strategy, and what questions it might need to answer. Continue reading

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Oxfam and Haiti: Next steps for charities (part II)

A further post reflecting on developments in the week since the Times first reported on Oxfam's work in Haiti Continue reading

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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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