Best of the Blogs: state funding, social enterprise, southern aid agencies and public sector cuts

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

Best of the Blogs
Best of the Blogs

Stephen Bubb discusses comments made at the Public Administration Committee earlier this week about whether charities that get state funding have been nationalised.

See Bubb's blog

Craig Dearden-Phillips says the definition of social enterprises is too narrow.

Read Dearden-Phillips' blog

Guardian blogger Jonathan Glennie asks what is driving the rise in southern aid agencies.

See Glennie's blog

The chief executive of the Charity Finance Directors' Group, Caron Bradshaw, believes 2011 will need tough thinking but will bring out the best in a large chunk of the sector.

See Bradshaw's blog

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