Best of the Blogs: Global poverty, 'Big Government', competent fundraising and Craig Dearden-Phillips on the big society

Your round-up of charity-related debate online this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Larry Elliott, The Guardian’s economics editor, warns that NGOs are giving governments an easy ride on global poverty.

See Elliott’s blog

Stephen Bubb responds to Lord Wei's blog about 'Big Government' and public sector cuts.

See Bubb’s blog

Jonathan Grapsas discusses the balance between needing money and appearing incompetent as a fundraiser.

See Grapsas’s blog

Craig Dearden-Phillips suggests the big society will only produce bigger savings with charity involvement.

See Dearden-Phillips’s blog

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