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Government 'should ensure anti-terror laws don't hinder NGOs' work'

Government 'should ensure anti-terror laws don't hinder NGOs' work'

David Anderson QC, who was appointed by the government to review anti-terror legislation, says in the fourth annual review that dialogue should be initiated between international NGOs and policy-makers

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Big rise in the total value of Charity Bank loans

Big rise in the total value of Charity Bank loans

Jersey approves its first system of charity registration

Jersey approves its first system of charity registration

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How to reduce theft at your charity

Maximising security on your premises, using deterrents such as SmartWater and ensuring computer systems are secure can all prevent a theft occuring, says Wendy Cotton, a charity insurance expert at Markel

Renting a property: how to minimise the risks

Managing the risks that come with renting a property can make the difference between a charity thriving or failing

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Social enterprise has a bigger part to play, says Lord Mawson

Social enterprise has a bigger part to play, says Lord Mawson

'Why should the state run things just because it always has?' asks the Baptist minister and president of the Community Action Network

Crossing the UK with young people's support

Crossing the UK with young people's support

Beeline Britain is a fundraising expedition project that completed the first-ever straight-line journey between Land's End and John O' Groats to raise money for Blesma, the charity for wounded and limbless veterans

Responsible investment: three steps for trustees

Responsible investment: three steps for trustees

High-profile examples of charities such as Comic Relief (pictured) investing in products that conflict with their aims might have caused sleepless nights for trustees, but investments can also be a force for good, write Howard Pearce and David Russell

Analysis: How Clic Sargent took £1m from its cost base

Analysis: How Clic Sargent took £1m from its cost base

Despite facing a £1m deficit, the cancer charity resisted arbitrary cost-cutting and launched a two-year programme of careful budget cuts. Patrick McCurry reports

Charles Kenyon: small charities, government grants and the perils of rural broadband

Charles Kenyon: small charities, government grants and the perils of rural broadband

The big society hasn't done much for small, volunteer-led organisations so far, but a £2,000 grant from county councillors is a good place to start, writes our diarist

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