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Ken Olisa: Why 20 years as the chair is not too long

25 May 2016
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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.

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Ken Olisa: Why 20 years as the chair is not too long

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Mark Goldring, chief executive, Oxfam GB

Mark Goldring, chief executive of Oxfam GB, is the recipient of the 2016 Daniel Phelan Award for Outstanding Achievement in the sector. Tania Mason met him.


Sir Stephen Bubb: 'Charities' relationship with government has never been so bad'

Sir Stephen Bubb talks about his ideas for improving leadership and communication in the charity sector. By David Ainsworth.

Orlando Fraser, image credit Alex Griffiths

Orlando Fraser, Charity Commission board member, tells Kirsty Weakley that the regulator is committed to the independence of the sector.

Sir Stuart Etherington on why he's happy playing devil's advocate

Sir Stuart Etherington’s fundraising review angered many. But he says he has handed charities their last chance to avoid statutory control. By David Ainsworth.

RNLI Portrush crew member. Credit Nigel Millard.

From next year, the Royal National Lifeboat Institution will only ask for money from people who have given explicit permission to be asked. Its chief executive, head of funding and treasurer tell Melanie Stern how and why.

Rob Wilson, minister for civil society

In a wide-ranging interview yesterday Rob Wilson, minister for civil society, tells Kirsty Weakley what his expectations are for 2016.


Robin Osterley

Robin Osterley, the new head of the Charity Retail Association, tells David Ainsworth the shops sector is still growing.

Richard Hawkes is new chief executive of the British Asian Trust

After a summer of reflection and contemplation, the former Scope chief executive has landed in a newly-created role of chief executive at the British Asian Trust. By Tania Mason.


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