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Society Diary: Is charity calendar banned from Facebook really pornographic?

18 Jul 2014

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Stephen Mangan, Charity Awards 2011 host

Writing this column is no laughing matter for Ian Allsop.

Global Zero panel at Bafta following UK premiere of Countdown to Zero

The anti-nuclear campaign film Countdown to Zero sets out to frighten viewers into supporting the associated Global Zero campaign.  But Tania Mason reckons there is a word for people who go around spreading terror.




Professionalisation of the voluntary sector should draw the line at executive pay

Amidst growing public concern about widening pay gaps, Alasdair Rutherford asks whether we should be worrying about voluntary sector pay.

Involving children in decision-making

As chair of the board of trustees of international child rights charity, EveryChild, Nadine Nore  often wonders about the following: should the principle of child participation extend to the board itself and to what extent should and can the board reflect the constituency which the organisation seeks to serve?

The very short-term experiences people have when they use our services - a full tummy, a good game of football, getting the giggles - are outcomes too.

» Bring unicorns back to our world: the problem with outcomes

Charity league tables are coming whether you like them or not

Acceptance is growing of the idea of comparisons between organisations in the sector, says Tania Mason.

Time for fundraising and charity organisations to merge?

Does the charity sector need quite so many bodies representing and regulating its activities? Paul Amadi thinks not.

Staff Benda Bilili

Robert Ashton unpicks the true meaning of diverse, service user-led social-enterprise organisations.

Kevin Carey, chair, RNIB

As a grizzled cynic, Ian Allsop has been around long enough to have heard it all before.

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