St Mungo's staff plan new ten-day strike

St Mungo's staff plan new ten-day strike

30 Oct 2014 | Tania Mason

Staff at St Mungo’s are planning to strike again for ten days from next Wednesday in further protest at proposed changes to their pay and conditions.


St Mungo's staff plan new ten-day strike

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Andrew Hind, editor, Charity Finance

Charity Finance editor Andrew Hind has joined a new independent panel of sector leaders who will examine and report on the sector’s independence over the next five years.


Muslim Prisoners Support charity expelled from Register

The Al Ikhlas Foundation, also known as the Muslim Prisoners Support Group, has been removed from the Register of Charities by the Charity Commission after it appeared to stop operating.

Chester proposes institute to provide charity investment advice

Roger Chester, who is head of finance and administration at LionHeart and also currently chair of CFDG, is proposing to set up a new foundation that will provide charities with independent investment guidance.

To disclose or not to disclose?

A trustee of a charity who is also a head-hunter is aware that a key player in the charity's latest programme is seeking new employment elsewhere. What should they do?

Don't bring the public into this Brooks. Our research shows again and again that the public don't have a problem with charities' campaigning. Indeed campaigning is bottom of the public's list of concerns not top.

» Brooks Newmark: charities should keep out of politics

Safeguarding from a governance perspective

The Charity Commission does not have direct statutory responsibility for safeguarding but expects trustees to give high priority to this issue and publishes detailed guidance on its website. Yvonne Spencer takes us through safeguarding best practice.

Dame Suzi Leather, chair of the Charity Commission

Some charities are not consulting their boards before entering into consortia, Charity Commission research will shortly reveal.

Is this what a text from Sir Stuart might look like?

The minister for civil society revealed last night that he receives policy advice from NCVO chief executive Sir Stuart Etherington in the form of “midnight text messages”.

National Scottish charity for mental health merges with local charity

The Scottish Association for Mental Health has saved Angus Mental Health Association from closure through a merger.

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