29 Sep 2016
Eduserv, a charity that provides IT services to the public sector, agreed to pay its retiring chief executive a settlement totalling £138,303 without the knowledge of the full board, documents seen by Civil Society News show.
Imagine you were setting your investment strategy from a standing start. Peter Baxter of Trust for London goes through the process.
William Shawcross, chair of the Charity Commission, has warned of "the damage charities can do to themselves" if they "push too hard" on campaigning.
A charity that publicly claimed Victorian Prime Minister William Gladstone would not have supported Ukip, was in breach of the Commission’s rules on political campaigning, the regulator said today.
If you want good governance, you have to invest in support for the board, says David Ainsworth.
To encourage the sector’s HR Directors to offer opportunities to younger people is not in any way undervaluing the importance and significance of older workers.
Ken Olisa was recently dubbed the most powerful black man in Britain. He is also a veteran of private and voluntary sector boardrooms and has an opinion or two about governance. By Tania Mason.
Citizen’s Advice Scotland has denied reports it is “on the brink of collapse”, following allegations by a Scottish charity publication it could soon close.
The Charity Commission has opened a consultation to gauge the sector’s opinions on its new power to disqualify trustees.
Charles Byrne, director of fundraising at Royal British Legion, has been appointed the charity’s new director general.
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