Best of the blogs: the British Heart Foundation's charity bag research, differential treatment for bankers and rioters, black and minority ethnic charities, and the merits of clothing collections

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Seb Elsworth, director of strategy at the chief executives’ body Acevo, says the British Heart Foundation’s research on charity collections for clothes has taken the voluntary sector backwards.
Read Elsworth’s blog

Frances Crook, chief executive of the Howard League for Penal Reform, ponders why wrongdoing by banks is tolerated while those involved in last month’s riots are treated harshly.
Read Crook’s blog

Bryan Teixeira, chief executive of Naz Project London, says black and minority ethnic charities need to find their unique selling points if they want to survive these bleak times.
Read Teixeira’s blog

Alistair McLean, chief executive of the Fundraising Standards Board, says charities must show supporters that it is still safe to give to charity through clothing collection bags.
Read McLean’s blog

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