10 Mar 2014
The British Pregnancy Advisory Service is planning to appeal a fine of £200,000 issued by the data security regulator after an anti-abortion hacker gained access to thousands of client names, addresses and phone numbers and threatened to publish them.
The Muslim Research and Development Foundation has said the national press and far-right groups exploited its plans to have a private family fun day at Legoland an an excuse to “attack Islam and Muslims in the UK”.
The non-profit graduate job scheme Charityworks has been awarded £95,000 from the Cabinet Office to scale up its recruitment programme across the country.
Joseph Rowntree Foundation has joined the new Charities Responsible Investment Network. Paul Dack explains why.
The Electoral Commission is likely to lack the resources to effectively enforce the Lobbying Act, according to the chair of a commission set up to win changes to the law.
Tory MPs hate the voluntary sector because they cannot control it or subvert it as an alternative and independent source of thinking and action on social issues.
David Ainsworth speaks to Lord Harries of Pentregarth about the Lobbying Act and the campaign he led to improve it.
The Office for Civil Society has won backing from the Treasury for a new fund, hoped to be worth around £40m, to help voluntary organisations which are in danger of closure.
Nick Kavanagh has worked in the sector for many years. Here he shares his experience on the vexed subject of fundraising and VAT.
25 Mar 2014