18 Sep 2014
A television advertisement depicting a teenage girl running away from home, taking drugs and being sexually exploited does not violate broadcasting legislation, a recent ruling has found.
A charity which assists people with limited mobility in getting access to London art spaces is being forced to close after exhausting its funds fighting an unfair dismissal case.
The curtain will finally fall on the Scottish Voluntary Sector Pension Scheme (SVSPS) run by the Pensions Trust at the end of March 2010, a scheme which has been patently unsustainable for years.
After 81 years, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences named Kathryn Bigelow as the best director for The Hurt Locker. It was the first time a woman had been given the honour.
I left fundraising after 15 years, and an obsession with outcome measuring above and beyond the immediate impact (oh, and one with "sustainability") played a large part.
A groundswell of discontent about face-to-face fundraising is building in Edinburgh, as a national newspaper backs calls from business leaders and politicians for a crackdown on chugging.
The Advertising Standards Authority looks set to extend its remit to include communications on websites, and other non-paid-for space online, such as social networks.
The Charity Commission spent nearly more than £445,000 on recruitment advertising and services in the last financial year, and has budgeted to reduce the figure to £200,000 for the current year.
The RSPCA and three other large charities have issued a statement warning of huge implications for the sector if the RSPCA loses its forthcoming appeal against the High Court ruling that cost it a £2m legacy.