Tania Mason

Tania Mason

Tania Mason is group editor at Civil Society Media.

She has been a journalist for 20-odd years and has specialised in the charity sector since 2003. Her experience has included stints on Third Sector, Marketing and PrintWeek magazines as well as agency work involving court reporting and occasional doorstepping of celebs for the tabloids. She started her career with five years on a daily newspaper in New Zealand before moving to London in 1993.

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Most common charity finance pay rise was 1 per cent in 2009, finds poll

Around one-fifth of charity finance staff that responded to CFDG’s annual HR survey had no pay rise last year, and of those that did get one, the most common award was 1 per cent.

Commission likely to produce guidance on Equality Act

The Charity Commission has said it is likely to produce guidance to help charities ensure they do not breach the Equality Act, after a group of leading lawyers warned that many charities could find themselves operating outside the law when the Act is introduced later this year.

New investor guidance on excessive pay for company executives

The Church Investors Group has published a report to help guide its members when they are making decisions about investing in companies that pay their executives outrageous amounts.

Charities Property Fund buys Tesco store for £43m

The Charities Property Fund has purchased a Tesco Extra supermarket in Nottinghamshire for £43m, meaning the Fund is now fully invested.

One is also a little concerned that, with the appointment of Peter Clarke, the Charity Commission is setting itself up as a kicker of the Islamicist can. An odd pastime for a Charity Commission.

» Students' unions hit back at Shawcross warnings

Many charities may be in breach of new equality law

A large number of charities who provide services to a limited subsection of the public may find themselves in breach of anti-discrimination legislation once the Equality Act becomes law in October, a group of charity lawyers has warned.

Changeover date

Many respondents said they felt the proposed January 2012 implementation date for accounting standards was too soon, and should be delayed to give affected organisations more time to prepare.

The 'No' vote

Responding to the proposed January 2012 implementation date for new accounting standards, a number of industry professionals disagreed that a separate PBE standard is necessary.

International Public Benefit Entities Standards

Responding to the proposed January 2012 implementation date for new accounting standards, a few industry professionals supported the development, longer-term, of a global standard for PBEs.

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