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Camila Batmanghelidjh: 'What happened to us could happen to any charity'

Camila Batmanghelidjh: 'What happened to us could happen to any charity'

In the week her book is launched, the Kids Company founder tells Andy Hillier why she fears about the implications of her case on senior managers in charities and trustees

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Kate Rogers: How networks can lead to change for the better

Kate Rogers: How networks can lead to change for the better

As the lines between the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors become increasingly blurred, where does charity end and business start, asks our columnist

Corporate partnerships: CBRE link brings more than just cash to Shelter

Corporate partnerships: CBRE link brings more than just cash to Shelter

The property company wants to leave a legacy that will last beyond the life of the partnership

Charles Kenyon: Children's Links does great work in Horncastle

Charles Kenyon: Children's Links does great work in Horncastle

Our columnist reflects on the four contact centres making a difference for children separated from parents

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The chilling cost of heating bills

Rebecca Cooney finds out how smaller charities can drive down their energy costs

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Rodney Schwartz: Impact investing with market-rate returns

Our columnist looks at Palatine Private Equity and its recent successes

Peter Cardy: By Tracey Crouch's deeds shall ye know her

Peter Cardy: By Tracey Crouch's deeds shall ye know her

Sector veteran Peter Cardy offers answers to your workplace dilemmas

Dawn Varley: Focus by putting yourself in your supporters' shoes

Dawn Varley: Focus by putting yourself in your supporters' shoes

View data protection as a modern application of the 1960s' call for the right to privacy, and your dislike of it will soften, writes our new columnist

Sue Tibballs: How Plato can help us redefine campaigning

Sue Tibballs: How Plato can help us redefine campaigning

Should campaigners be thinking of themselves as modern philosophers, asks our columnist

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