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National media briefing: the NSPCC, Broadway, the Sutton Trust and the Millennium Foundation

Third Sector Online, 1 March 2012

National media briefing

National media briefing

Charities in today's national news

As many as 280,000 teenage girls are suffering from sexual abuse because they believe it is an accepted part of relationships or do not believe they can stop it, the NSPCC has warned.

See The Independent for full story


The homelessness charity Broadway is launching the first property fund designed to buy accommodation for homeless people.

See The Guardian for full story


Bright teenagers from poor backgrounds are to be given a chance to study in the US at a summer school programme with Yale University, the Sutton Trust has announced.

See the Press Association for full story


A campaign by the Geneva-based Millennium Foundation to solicit donations for health projects from airline travellers is being wound down after spending nearly $20m to generate less than $300,000 over the past four years.

See the Financial Times for full story (registration required)

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