Best of the blogs: connecting communities, women on boards, personalised fundraising videos and the Work Programme

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Social media can help to connect communities, but it is not a short cut to greater participation, says Mandeep Hothi, who is responsible for the Young Foundation’s Housing and Communities Practice.

Read Hothi’s blog 

Lynne Berry, a senior visiting fellow at Cass Business School, believes that a new programme run by Cass and the NCVO could bring more women onto FTSE 100 boards.

Read Berry’s blog

As the technology for personalised videos becomes cheaper and more widely available, it will become an essential donor care tool, says Craig Linton, a fundraising expert.

Read Linton’s blog

Allison Ogden-Newton, the chief executive of Social Enterprise London, talks about the Work Programme, Emma Harrison of A4e and employment subsidy myths.

Read Ogden-Newton’s blog

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