13 Nov 2014
There needs to be a rebalancing of the relationship between the voluntary sector and government, shadow minister for civil society Lisa Nandy said today.
The chair of the new press regulator has said that the Sunday Mirror story which forced Brooks Newmark to quit as minister for civil society, was so serious that it would have been investigated even without the complaint made by MP Mark Pritchard.
Bringing a charity back from the brink of collapse is a tricky business – but for Alice Maynard, outgoing chair of Scope, the solution is as much about the human touch as it is about bottom-line financials. Emily Corfe speaks to her about how she did it.
A new membership group was launched today to support the growth of health and social care charities and reduce their costs.
A new scheme matching up IT professionals from the private sector to provide free advice on security and data protection to charities has been announced.
With comments like those, maybe he should resign.
The Institute of Fundraising is calling for the annual income cap on society lotteries to be increased from £10m to £100m in response to an inquiry by the Culture Media and Sport Committee.
The sector lost a great advocate and friend when Stephen Lloyd was tragically killed in a holiday boating accident in August. In this last article he was to write, he argues for a return to the Charity Commission’s pre-2006 constitutional structure.
Writing for Charity Finance magazine, which went to press before Brooks Newmark resigned as minister for civil society, Andrew Hind considers the fallout from Newmark's comment that charities "should stick to their knitting".