13 Nov 2014
Charities must demonstrate their effectiveness better to the public or face losing trust, David McCullough, chief executive of Royal Voluntary Service said yesterday.
The Charity Commission and the Independent Schools Council recently returned to the Upper Tribunal after failing to agree how to amend the Commission’s public benefit guidance in the wake of the Tribunal’s initial judgment on the matter.
One of the Tate’s corporate sponsors BP has been branded “a disgrace” by one of the organisation’s trustees who has also applauded the protestors which disrupt Tate events to campaign against the oil company.
Former Charity Commission chief executive Andrew Hind offers his verdict on the recent public benefit Tribunal judgment.
The Social Impact Analysts Association is holding its inaugural meeting today amid calls for greater recognition of the importance of impact analysis and warnings that the progress of the practice and profession needs to be handled with great care.
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The hierarchy of charities must be broken down if they are to learn from the London School of Economics' independent report into its donations from Gaddafi, says Adrian Beney.
Two-thirds of the Charity Commission’s 370 employees are taking part in today’s public sector strike action.
The Aids Healthcare Foundation has renewed its call for the executive director of the Global Fund to Fight Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria to step down after the Fund announced that it will halt new grants to developing countries because of budget restrictions.
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