Ian Allsop is a freelance journalist and editor specialising in not-for-profit management and financial issues.
He was editor of Charity Finance between 2004 and 2009 and has worked in and around the voluntary sector for almost 20 years. He still regularly contributes to Charity Finance and his other clients include Stone King, CAF, Baker Tilly and Funding for Independent Schools.
He is chair of governors at his local infant school.
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Charities should regularly review their insurance provision and monitor evolving areas of risk, says Ian Allsop.
Civil Society News is republishing this article from December 2013 in tribute to Daniel Phelan.
Daniel Phelan first published Charity Finance in 1990, just as the charity sector was about to fundamentally change. Two hundred issues later, he reflects on the journey with Vibeka Mair.
Ian Allsop is happy to be criticised, but hopes you won’t offend him if you choose to do so.
Ian Allsop calls for a charity to be set up to campaign on behalf of oppressed right-wing politicians.
Incorporating a wider breadth of charity finance subjects alongside
established streams on charity VAT & tax and charity investment.
Ian Allsop returned from holiday to find many in the sector already needled by Brooks Newmark. This article was written for Charity Finance magazine, which went to press before Newmark resigned as minister for civil society.