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Teenage Cancer Trust on the changing face of governance

20 Aug 2014

David Hoare, chair of The Teenage Cancer Trust, describes his big governance issue.

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The war on laundering

The new money laundering regulations are a reminder to all charities about reporting suspicious activity.

The National Trust: join us and join in

The National Trust is a charity with 3.5 million members and 49,000 volunteers that looks after 700 miles of coastline, 245,000 hectares of countryside, 300 historic houses and gardens, and dozens of other special places. Fiona Reynolds, its director-general, describes her big issue.

Wisdom at Centrepoint: Einstein's judgement

Anthony Lawton, CEO of Centrepoint, challenges those who want to measure everything and forget judgement.

The final frontier: tax-efficient cross-border giving

How to carry out tax-efficient cross-border charitable giving without falling into a black hole.

Good advice, but there is an important point to add: merger is rarely a proper answer to impending insolvency.

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Advice to an international aid charity facing insolvency

Vic Cocker, chair of WaterAid, and Sir Nicholas Young, chief executive of British Red Cross, advise an international aid charity facing insolvency where the acquiescent trustees have been kept in the dark.

A chief executive and some familial conflicts of interest

A chief executive writes in with some queries about conflicts of interest arising from a trustee's family member being recruited by the charity.

Case study: How United Response listened to service users

United Response established a specialist inclusion team to help it increase the involvement of beneficiaries in the charity's governance

Dealing with abuse without hard evidence

Gilly Green, head of UK grants at Comic Relief, and Dame Mary Marsh, director and chief executive of NSPCC, give advice to a conflicted chief executive.

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An effective and popular minister, despite his party

16 Jul 2014

David Ainsworth looks back over Nick Hurd's unprecedented tenure as minister for civil society.

Colin Simon: 'We didn't want to lose the public's money'

7 Jul 2014

Colin Simon of Comic Relief talks to David Ainsworth about facing media criticism over ethical investment,...

Benchmarking charity executive pay disclosure

7 Jul 2014

Rosie Chapman compares the recommendations of NCVO’s senior executive pay inquiry with practice in other...

Campaign: Save the Children publishes names of 373 children killed in Israel-Gaza conflict

8 Aug 2014

Save the Children this week published the names of children and babies who had so far been killed in the...

Meet the funders: Millfield House Foundation

16 Jul 2014

The Millfield House Foundation wants to encourage more charities in the North East to get involved in...

Meet the funders: Lloyds TSB Foundation for Scotland

16 Jul 2014

After a difficult few years, the Lloyds TSB Foundation for Scotland has launched a new strategy with its...

IT new business wins: Banking on a cloud

1 Jul 2014

Kirsty Weakley looks at Homeless International's new cloud-based banking software, as well as the rest...

Learning at NSPCC

2 Jun 2014

Kirsty Weakley looks at NSPCC's new talent managment applications, as well as the rest of the month's...

IT new business wins: Engaged volunteers

1 May 2014

Kirsty Weakley looks at the National Trust's new CRM system, as well as the rest of this month's IT new...

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