Best of the Blogs: green gap years, the Giving White Paper, infographics in annual reports and social norms on giving

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

Best of the Blogs
Best of the Blogs
A green gap year could be a big pull for students, especially if it means money off fees, says James Derounian, principal lecturer in community development and local governance at the University of Gloucestershire. 

Read Derounian’s blog

The government has failed to make a strong case for giving and the Giving White Paper doesn't explain why people should give their time and money, writes Ellie Brodie, a researcher at the National Council for Voluntary Organisations.

Read Brodie’s blog

Pamela Grow says using infographics in annual reports is one of a number of ways to provide an entertaining way to share financial or statistical information. 

Read Grow’s blog

Steve Bridger asks if anyone has questioned whether the way we currently behave towards donors might actually reinforce pre-existing social norms on giving.

Read Bridger’s blog

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