10 Mar 2014
Pay is the new expenses. Tania Mason offers three key messages charities could use when the media puts the sector in the spotlight in its campaign against high pay.
Anne Marie Carrie has been appointed as the new chief executive of Barnardo’s, joining in November before replacing Martin Narey when he departs in January next year.
Minister for civil society Nick Hurd told a gathering of sector people last week that the newly-knighted Sir Stuart Etherington has ordered a new pair of braces depicting knights in shining armour.
The new Defamation Bill should allow a charity to bring a defamation case if it can prove it has suffered serious reputational damage, not just substantial financial damage, according to Baroness Young of Hornsey.
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.
Given the impact of failures in corporate governance on the global economy, interest in how to enhance governance and leadership has taken a front seat. As a new regime comes into private sector governance, Tesse Akpeki explores parallels in the voluntary and community governance world.
Andrew Hind, chief executive of the Charity Commission, has written to the Daily Telegraph, complaining that its coverage on public benefit and schools is misleading.
London’s Air Ambulance has finally appointed a director to replace David Philpott, who was sacked after raising concerns about the charity's governance and solvency last year.
The Life-Time UK Alliance and the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games (LOCOG) have appointed McDonalds as "presenting partners" to lead the recruitment of 70,000 volunteers for the London 2012 Olympics.
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