Interview: Owen Sharp of Prostate Cancer UK on the importance of being blokey

Interview: Owen Sharp of Prostate Cancer UK on the importance of being blokey

A freshly shaved, post-Movember Sharp, the chief executive of the cancer charity, tells Tim Smedley why he has led the charity to a bolder, more in-your-face approach to addressing men about their health problems

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Communications update: Vicky Browning on the campaign giving smartphones to Ebola survivors

Communications update: Vicky Browning on the campaign giving smartphones to Ebola survivors

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Legal Update: Bill will close disqualification loophole

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FD In Five Minutes: Steve Webster of Fight for Sight

FD In Five Minutes: Steve Webster of Fight for Sight

The director of finance at the sight loss charity says he enjoys working for a small organisation where everyone is prepared to 'roll their sleeves up' and help each other out

How a court battle led the RSPCA to a new approach on legacies

How a court battle led the RSPCA to a new approach on legacies

After bad publicity during a 2009 dispute, the charity re-examined its policies on wills, writes Susannah Birkwood

Gill Taylor: Shortlisting for jobs? Pay attention to the detail

Gill Taylor: Shortlisting for jobs? Pay attention to the detail

Having a sensible person specification with measurable and testable criteria helps the process, writes the sector HR expert

Catherine Andrews: How to help private sector recruits succeed in the third sector

Catherine Andrews: How to help private sector recruits succeed in the third sector

The recruitment expert offers her advice on how to help people from commercial backgrounds hit the ground running

Kevin Curley on assessing the viability of a campaign

Kevin Curley on assessing the viability of a campaign

Our columnist arrives at 10 questions to test and score a charity campaign

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