Polly Neate

Eaves was just the latest victim of a crisis in contracting 3

9 Nov 2015

The recent closure of women’s charity Eaves was just the latest example of a contracting culture which sees funding flow away from specialist community organisations to generic national services, writes Polly Neate of Women’s Aid.


Eaves was just the latest victim of a crisis in contracting

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Charityworks North cohort 2015/16

The 2015/16 Charityworks graduate cohort from the north of England are two months into their placements. Here they share their collective thoughts about the sector they have chosen to enter.


Following the collapse of Kids Company, Dorothy Dalton, warns the spotlight has fallen on good governance and trustees.

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