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The Office for Civil Society, and its responsibilities including social investment, have been transferred from the Cabinet Office to the Department for Culture Media and Sport, it was confirmed this afternoon.
We all know that ‘charity’ comes from the word ‘caritas’, and that caritas means love, but it seems there are some in the sector who have taken this quite literally.
Anne Moynihan explains how external help was needed after merger talks broke down.
Minister for civil society Nick Hurd yesterday released a breakdown of who is delivering National Citizen Service to 30,000 young people this summer.
Can't help but think that this issue and many of the other bad news stories to have hit the sector over the last few months are rooted in poor governance.
Charities are set to benefit as the Public Services (Social Value) Bill has been passed through the House of Lords and will now become law.
David Robb has been in the hot seat of Scottish regulation for four months now as the second chief executive of the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator. He speaks to Niki May Young about his move from politics to charity, the influence of changing regulation structures throughout the UK, and what his fresh eyes are bringing to the role.
Annual financial audits are expensive in terms of money, staff time, and board attention. Dennis Walsh tells us how to wring the most value out of them.
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