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Third Sector Governance 27th April 2017
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Former Kids Company trustees say they will defend themselves vigorously
Former Kids Company trustees say they will defend themselves vigorously
The seven ex-board members, including former BBC creative director Alan Yentob, released a statement in reaction to reports that the Insolvency Service might recommend disqualification proceedings against them
 
Latest News
 
1 National Audit Office criticises 'chaotic' leadership of defunct LGBT charity
 
2 Regulator probes poverty relief charity after cash seizure by port officials
 
3 Majority of charity accounts 'do not meet public benefit reporting requirements'
 
4 Charity to change title of Bristol music venue named after a slave trader
 
5 Justifying chief executive pay just makes people angrier, says researcher
 
6 Plans to increase probate fees shelved after election called
 
7 Consult sector before making campaigning policy changes, Acevo report urges government
 
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Treasurer/Trustee - engage (The National Association for Gallery Education) The role is un-remunerated, but expenses will be reimbursed., National
 
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Honorary Treasurer (voluntary role) Reimbursement of expenses incurred on BC business will be made., No location
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Opinion
Mark Flannagan: Get stuck into this election Many argue that the charity sector has been gagged and cannot speak out during the election campaign. This is nonsense, says our columnist Mark Flannagan: Get stuck into this election
 
Martyn Drake: We need more mergers Our columnist busts some myths about mergers in the charity sector Martyn Drake: We need more mergers
 
Charles Kenyon: The voluntary life of my late mother, Mary Our columnist reflects on a life working for country and the voluntary sector Charles Kenyon: The voluntary life of my late mother, Mary
 
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