10 Mar 2014
The Big Society agenda has spawned many new successful community initiatives, but it has failed to involve the voluntary sector in public service reform, an independent audit warns.
Deborah Nathan investigates the implications of the Equality Act 2010 on the risk of discrimination claims in relation to immigration status requirements.
If you get a legacy but it is challenged by the family of the testator should you cave in, compromise or fight? The RSPCA recently faced this dilemma and lessons can be learnt from what happened, says Stephen O'Reilly.
The government’s new £100m Transition Fund will not give grants to infrastructure organisations whose main mission is to support other civil society groups, the BIG Fund said today.
I'm sorry that some MPs feel that being contacted by their constituents about issues, which those individuals obviously consider to be important, is a distraction from their work. But that's kind of what WE pay them (handsomely) for.
The RSPCA has lost its appeal against the High Court ruling that overturned the will of a woman who left her £2m farm to the charity.
This World Aids Day Prime Minister David Cameron has called on community and faith groups to help battle the stigma of Aids and HIV.
RNIB chair Kevin Carey has an ambition to grow the RNIB Group into an enterprise with turnover of half a billion pounds.
Pre-existing relationships and compatibility of organisational aims were found to share the credit for successful partnerships in a survey of small charities published by the Charity Commission today.
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