Niki May Young
Niki May Young was employed by Civil Society Media as website editor from March 2010 until July 2013.
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A full and frank explanation of the reasoning behind Amnesty International's pay-off packages to Irene Khan and Kate Gilmore has been given by the organisation's international executive committee (IEC) chairman, Peter Pack, in which he describes the payment to Khan of over £533,000 as the "least-worst option".
The Advertising Standards Authority has upheld complaints regarding a recent direct mail advert by Cancer Research UK, finding it to be "threatening" to cancer sufferers, their families, and other vulnerable people.
Over 4,000 people, and partners in 60 countries have pledged support for a new charity being launched in a bid to create a happier world.
Legal challenge should be the absolute last resort. It is the threat of legal challenge with the procurement regulations that has made councils over-cautious about maximising social value in the first place. We need to work in partnership on this one.
The Cabinet Office has named its director of strategy, Gareth Davies, as the new head of the Office for Civil Society as the two units are combined to drive the Big Society agenda.
Prime Minister David Cameron told local authorities yesterday not to “do the easy thing” by cutting budgets for voluntary bodies in their communities.
Alzheimer’s UK Research Eduation and Care Ltd “had become nothing more than a fundraising vehicle”, the Charity Commission stated in its report into the governance and use of funds at the five-year-old charity.