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Lawyers call for animal charity to have greater crime-fighting powers

29 Aug 2014 | Emily Corfe
Tags: Law

Lawyers in Scotland have called for a Scottish animal charity to be granted greater powers to investigate wildlife crime.

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Mark Astarita named as new Institute chair

British Red Cross director of fundraising Mark Astarita has been appointed as the new chair of the Institute of Fundraising.

Quarriers enters consultation on radical changes to staff terms

One of Scotland’s largest charities has entered a 90-day consultation with staff over radical changes to its terms and conditions, in a bid to protect the jobs of its 2,000 employees.

Forced retirement - what are the rules?

A financial director is approaching his 65th birthday and is told to retire but he doesn't want to. A concerned charity trustee asks The Chairman about the regulations on forced retirement.

Investors pressure top companies on low pay

A coalition of investors including charities and churches is set to use its influence as shareholders and challenge the UK’s largest companies to pay a living wage to all their staff.

The very short-term experiences people have when they use our services - a full tummy, a good game of football, getting the giggles - are outcomes too.

» Bring unicorns back to our world: the problem with outcomes

ASA upholds web advertising complaint against alternative health charity

Holistic health charity the Maperton Trust has been told by the Advertising Standards Authority that online advertising for its head lice repelling device is misleading and must be removed.

Women on boards: a man's view

Ian Allsop offers a bloke’s view of the gender inequality on charity boards.

Church Commissioners reports strong investment gains

The Church Commissioners for England has announced a 15.2 per cent return on its investments during 2010, with the fund outperforming its comparator group over the past 10 and 15 years.

Untapped treasures: women on boards

Women are still starkly under-represented on trustee boards and many charities are punching below their weight as a result. Vibeka Mair reports.

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