15 May 2014
Paula Sussex, senior vice president, public sector of CGI, has been appointed the new chief executive of the Charity Commission.
Andrew Chaggar responds to renewed criticism of humanitarian aid programmes which accuses "new aid" providers of ignoring less publicised disasters.
Two of the three tribunal judges that will hear the case on public benefit of independent schools were themselves privately educated, but do not think that private schools are the “best thing since sliced bread”, lead judge Mr Justice Warren said today.
Andrew Chaggar says commentators continue to under-value the complementary role smaller aid organisations can play in international crises.
The London Voluntary Service Council has launched the third in a series of surveys designed to track the effect of the recession on the capital’s voluntary and community organisations.
Tory MPs hate the voluntary sector because they cannot control it or subvert it as an alternative and independent source of thinking and action on social issues.
Jan Golding offers some advice on how to get the best out of your workforce in a time of spending cuts.
One of the most common complaints about boards is that they don’t ‘get’ fundraising. Amanda McLean, former chief executive of the Institute of Fundraising, outlines the basics.
London’s Air Ambulance has signed a research and collaboration deal with the Norwegian Air Ambulance.
Anglia Ruskin plans a second intake for its 'Big Society' course on social enterprise management, which is currently over-subscribed with students including employees from the British Red Cross, Mencap and WRVS.
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