Vibeka Mair

Vibeka Mair

Vibeka was a reporter and then news editor for Civil Society Media from 2008 to 2014.

 

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Who regulates the charity sector?

The Charity Commission often urges the public to check its website before supporting a charity. But do the public even know who the Charity Commission is and how charity regulation works? Civil Society Media asked 10,000 people.

Mass micro-action could be the future for charities

Micro-actions are gathering pace. Vibeka Mair looks at recent examples and explores the key to their success. 

Lord Hodgson

Yesterday, the government published its response to the Hodgson review of the Charities Act and the Public Administration Select Committee's post-legislative scrutiny report.  Read on for Vibeka Mair's two-minute summary of key changes.

National Bullying Helpline row highlights dangers of celebrities

This year, the anti-bullying sector has inadvertently shone a spotlight on the issue of celebrity patrons.

There is an easy way to avoid these emails completely - do not attempt to pass such badly written laws.

» Tory MP: charities emailing MPs about campaigns disrupts their work

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Swimming against the tide: England's fastest growing charities 2009-2013

4 May 2016

As part of his dissertation, Olof Williamson identified 101 charities to have spiked and then sustained...

Why we invest our endowment 100 per cent socially

1 May 2016

James Perry of Panahpur explains why his charity has taken its portfolio out of the mainstream stock market.

Want to grow your charity? It's all about impact

26 Apr 2016

For those of you considering the merits of social investment, CAN’s Rohan Martyres provides advice on...

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