This month's Fundraising Magazine features the first ever Men and Women survey, which looks at how fundraising careers differ depending on gender. We also include a piece which addresses why women still struggle to get to the top in fundraising. The magazine also features an interview with Paul Vanags, Oxfam's head of fundraising, and an agent provacateur piece from Eleanor Harrison OBE, chief executive of Global Giving, on why charities need to be honest about their failures.
See below for links to a selection of articles from this month's magazine and infomation on how to subscribe.
- Equality in the workplace: Fundraising Magazine's inaugural Men and Women survey
- Hitting a glass ceiling: Why do women still struggle to get to the top?
- A year of Christmases: How Crisis plans year-round for a festive campaign
- Friday night bites: Cure Lukaemia puts charity on the menu
- View from the top: Has the Fundraising Regulator won the battle for hearts and minds?
- This month's campaign: Shine for Shelterbox
- Paul Vanags: 'The FPS is not the only answer, but it's one way to rebuild trust'
- How to... reduce risk in your DRTV campaigns
- Meet the funder: Power to Change
- Agent Provocateur: Above all, charities need to be honest, says Eleanor Harrison
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