13 Nov 2014
A software community interest company set up by the BeatBullying Group in 2012 is almost a year late filing its first set of accounts.
Civil society organisations must not give up the fight to influence policy and governments, the international executive director of Greenpeace has said.
BeatBullying will go into administration after suffering “significant financial difficulties”, the charity’s trustees have said in a statement.
After the National Audit Office published its report into Big Society Network grants and a former Nesta trustee tweeted that Nesta was also “forced” to fund BSN back in 2010, Nesta chief executive Geoff Mulgan conducted a review into his organisation’s support for the agency. Tania Mason analyses his findings.
With comments like those, maybe he should resign.
Voluntary organisations across Europe are coming under pressure from governments not to campaign on issues, warns Heidi Sandberg. This article is part of a series on the future of the voluntary sector being published by Civil Society News ahead of the publication of a collection of essays by Civil Exchange.
Paul Farmer, chief executive of Mind, has been appointed the chair of the Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations, while Sharon Allen, chief executive of Skills for Care, has been appointed vice-chair.
Our weekly round-up of outlandish and interesting information collected from the corners of the charity sector.
Kids 'n' Cancer UK has been criticised for saying it will not pay the legal fees of the family of Ashya King, despite receiving £50,000 worth of donations for Ashya King’s cause, after the NHS said that it would pay for his treatment.