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Teenage Cancer Trust on the changing face of governance

20 Aug 2014

David Hoare, chair of The Teenage Cancer Trust, describes his big governance issue.

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Teenage Cancer Trust on the changing face of governance

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From EveryChild to Family for Every Child

Jo Williams and Anna Feuchtwang explain how EveryChild came to set up an international membership organisation.

When truth doesn't matter

A chief executive and a chair advise the trustees of a membership body who facing a backlash over disciplinary action taken against the chief executive.

Can a charity employ one of its trustees?

Our guest Chairman advices a charity on the implications of employing one of its trustees.

Remuneration committee terms of reference

Olga Johnson presents a model document for terms of reference for remuneration committees.

Good advice, but there is an important point to add: merger is rarely a proper answer to impending insolvency.

» Trustees ignoring looming insolvency

Accidentally lost unencrypted personal data

Con Alexander explains the action one charity took after a memory stick containing donors' personal data was lost.

Board diversity: Diverse thinking

Charity Finance convened a group of senior sector figures to debate best practice on board and staff diversity. Ian Allsop reports on their discussion.

Women on boards 2014: Steady as she goes

There is a continuing improvement in the gender balance on the boards of large charities, but Vibeka Mair discovers that the chair is still a male-dominated role.

Chris Mould: 'those in power are sidestepping their responsibility to vulnerable people'

The chair of the Trussell Trust talks about why government threatened to shut his charity down, and how sector independence is under threat.

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