Best of the blogs: shock advertising, communicating mergers, how to avoid spam, and the benefits of young trustees on boards

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Charities should abandon shock advertising, advises Regina Yau, founder and president of the Pixel Project, which works to stop violence against women and uses only positive images.

Read Yau’s blog

Organisations that are merging need to talk about the likely downsides as well as the benefits, for the good of all concerned, says Peter Gilheany, director at Forster Communications.

Read Gilheany’s blog 

Martin Campbell, strategy and innovation director of Blackbaud Europe, looks at what constitutes spam, how charities can avoid it and how charity emails can engage effectively with supporters. 

Read Campbell’s blog

Young people have a lot to offer boards and a lot to gain in return, says Sir Stephen Bubb.

Read Bubb’s blog

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