Javed Khan: We need to grow by £100m
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Javed Khan: We need to grow by £100m

30 Sep 2016 | David Ainsworth

The chief executive of Barnardo's outlines a bold agenda to change the nation's largest children's charity.

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Javed Khan: We need to grow by £100m

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Liberal Democrat Peer Lord William Wallace

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Liabilities of using child volunteers

Rachel Castle tells a charity how it can include children in its volunteering programme.

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