13 Sep 2016
Jay Kennedy is head of policy at the Directory of Social Change. Kennedy joined the organisation in 2003 as a researcher and now has responsibility for a range of DSC activities, including delivering on its Great Giving campaign. Prior to joining the DSC he worked both in the US and UK as an academic and for local government associations.
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New regulatory guidance for charities considering involvement in the EU referendum campaign has sparked widespread criticism by sector leaders today over its “negative and prescriptive approach”.
A clause of the Charities Bill giving the Charity Commission discretion to ban individuals from trusteeship is “at best a legal abomination”, a charity governance conference was told yesterday.
Proposals to allow the Charity Commission more powers to ban people from becoming trustees or officers of charities are a "huge regulatory land grab" and should be scrapped, a letter to peers has said.
Our weekly round-up of outlandish and interesting information collected from the corners of the charity sector.
Few beyond NCVO believe in the Compact - and for NCVO it is about marketshare and has little to do with the interests of the sector. I wonder how many of their 30 pieces of OCS silver are left?
Various sector bodies have echoed concerns, which were highlighted by the National Audit Office in its follow-up report on the Charity Commission, about the risk that the board’s “continuing close involvement in executive matters could become the norm”.
The Charity Commission has proposed that charities should have to disclose their campaign spending and public sector income in their Annual Returns.
5 Feb 2014
Umbrella bodies have agreed with the Public Accounts Committee's verdict that the Charity Commission needs reform, but have hit out at its “unhelpful” and “irresponsible” language.
The Daily Mail has attacked the level of chief executive pay at Save the Children International and Marie Stopes International.
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