18 Sep 2014
Gareth Jones is a freelance journalist and communications consultant specialising in the charity sector. Having previously spent over seven years as a reporter and senior reporter for Charity Finance magazine and civilsociety.co.uk, he has developed expertise in a broad range of areas, including public policy, IT, investment, fundraising, taxation, insurance and social media.
He holds a master’s degree in Public Policy from King’s College London, and has volunteered in both the social policy team at Citizens Advice and at the Social Market Foundation think tank.
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Gareth Jones argues that Hodgson's reasoning for payment of trustees at large charities is flawed and calls for a better compromise.
Four boaters and two boating business representatives have been elected to a new advisory council which is being created to oversee and guide the work of the new Canal & River Trust.
Charities are playing lobbying “power games” and need to listen more to their beneficiaries, according to Liberal Democrat peer Shirley Williams.
It comes to something if a charity CEO cannot go off on a pointless vanity massaging overseas jaunt without people getting shirty and jealous. He would have been letting himself and other CEOs down if he hadn't gone.
Family Lives has taken over another small bullying charity, this time bringing TeenBoundaries UK under its wing.
Four more organisations have been permitted to give evidence at the Charity Tribunal hearing on the public benefit of benevolent funds.
The voluntary sector may need to do more in order to emphasise the special qualities it can bring to public services, according to Caroline Slocock, director of the Civil Exchange think tank.
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