Celina Ribeiro

Celina Ribeiro

Editor, Fundraising magazine, Civil Society

Celina is the editor of Fundraising magazine and daily contributor to CivilSociety.co.uk. She has been at the publication since June 2008.

Previously Celina worked as a freelance feature writer for newspapers and magazines in Australia and the UK, working for publications including the Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and the New Statesman. Celina was also a Ken and Yasuko Myer Fellow in 2004, which saw her intern at Manilla-based newspaper, the Philippine Daily Inquirer.

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Analysis: Beneath the charity CEO salary scandal - what the figures show

Following yesterday’s exposé of the salaries at the 14 aid charities which make up the Disasters Emergency Committee, Celina Ribeiro investigates the charities' accounts and finds a more nuanced story.

Ryanair and KIDS attract criticism over charity calendar

Ryanair’s charity calendar has sold thousands of copies within five days despite coming under attack from women’s rights advocates.

Charity Technology Conference 2013

Ensure you are informed on the latest concepts and keep up with the pace of progress.

Amanda McLean resigns as Institute chief exec after four months

Amanda McLean has resigned as chief executive of the Institute of Fundraising, just four months after she took up the position.

If the reduction in funding is down to OXFAM's retail arm I'd suggest having a long and hard look at the environment of their shops and how pleasant or not it is for customers and donors to engage with them - my experience in the East Midlands is pretty depressing and I now choose to donate goods to local hospice shops as a result.

» Oxfam makes urgent appeal as income falls by over £17m

Who's top dog? Fundraising's 50 Most Influential 2013

The fundraisers have spoken. The annual poll of the fundraising world’s 50 Most Influential people is revealed.

Mrs Pudsey Bear raises £4,000

A British woman has raised £4,000 for Children in Need by auctioning the right to choose the name she will adopt for a year and agreeing to become Pudsey Bear.

Charities show no interest in free News of the World advertising

Several high-profile charities are not taking up the News of the World's free advertising in its last edition on Sunday, as the Institute of Fundraising warns that doing so could potentially be a breach of the codes of fundraising practice.

Charities pull out of controversial work experience scheme

Marie Curie Cancer Care, Shelter and Scope have led charities in publicly pulling out of the government’s controversial work experience scheme which requires welfare recipients to do unpaid work to receive their benefits.

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