18 Sep 2014
Sector leaders warned yesterday that charities need to get better at answering the public’s questions if the sector is to hold on to high levels of trust.
Independent schools should not lose their charitable status if they do not meet the Charity Commission’s expectations on public benefit, the courts have decided.
The Charity Commission has today published the regulatory case report into fundraising appeals set up by two radio stations, where the money raised was still not spent five years down the line.
The director of an East London homelessness charity which has undertaken a social return on investment study which demonstrated a £5m annual saving to the British government, claims that the sector has been “hijacked by government consultants who are telling us we need this sort of thing”.
It is incredibly important that charities raise larger concerns about broader issues, rather than only focusing on the immediate situation.
Computer Aid International has launched an e-waste guide to help other civil society organisations around the world campaign for policy change.
Two more influential membership organisations have lined up to condemn the execution of the Work Programme, heaping yet more pressure on the Work and Pensions minister responsible for the scheme.
Heated discussions are par for the course at Public Administration Select Committee meetings, but in its final Big Society inquiry session Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude at least managed to refrain from the colourful language he has previously used. Vibeka Mair reports from the debate.
Minister for civil society Nick Hurd has written an open letter to the sector that seeks to explain the “strategic framework” underpinning the government’s recent policy initiatives.
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