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Accusations that Save the Children has been censoring criticism of the energy industry out of fear of upsetting corporate partners is just one negative story that the charity world has woken up to this morning.
The Charity Commission has expanded its guidance on Charities and Elections to include a new short section on referendums.
Latest Labour Force Survey figures for the third quarter of 2010 show that the voluntary sector now employs 793,000 people, a slight decrease of 2 per cent since the last quarter. This is in contrast to the private sector which has shown a slight increase of 2 per cent, whilst the public sector stayed reasonably static.
OSCR, the independent Scottish charity regulator has appointed the Very Reverend Dr Graham Forbes as the second chairman to its board.
The new powers conferred on communities by the Localism Bill are not restricted only to geographical communities but will also apply to virtual communities or causes, the minister in charge of the Bill said yesterday.
The Charity Commission may be under-resourced and timid as a result of past failures, but the answer is not a bad decision based on the false premise that tax status is all that is important to charitable status.
Regular governance blogger Tesse Akpeki reflects on the end of the noughties and the new decade.
The voluntary sector has ranked seventh in Stonewall’s Top 100 Employers for lesbian, gay and bisexual staff 2011.
A group of Labour Lords have raised concerns over the process of turning the British Waterways Board, which was formerly a government quango, into a charity.
Former home secretary David Blunkett has called on the Treasury and Big Lottery Fund to create a multi-million pound endowment fund to increase youth volunteering.
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