What’s in May’s issue of Governance & Leadership?

20 May 2024 In-depth

The cover theme in May is charity collaborations – what can be achieved when charities team up and work together.  As well as an expert advice piece about governance considerations for trustees thinking about partnering with other charities, we have three case studies:  a long-running collaboration between three mental health charities covering the UK and Ireland; a joint policy drive between two technology charities which aims to end digital poverty, and how Prism the Gift Fund provides back-office and other administrative functions for RefuAid and other small charities.

We also have:

Strategy & Operations:  How RNID used a theory of change to completely overhaul its work with people who are deaf and hard of hearing.

Law & Guidance: The implications for charities that own land/manage habitats of the new biodiversity net gain regulations which came into effect in February.

Core Functions (Property): Why the Sir Oswald Stoll Foundation sold most of its homes for military veterans in Chelsea to Chelsea FC for £80m, despite opposition from residents.

And, of course, the Charity Awards shortlist.


Cover theme


Law & Guidance

People & Culture

Board matters


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