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Oxfam chief says people are 'gunning' for his charity

Oxfam chief says people are 'gunning' for his charity

In an interview with The Guardian, Mark Goldring says the charity should have spelled out why six Haiti staff left in 2011, but the reaction to the scandal has been out of proportion with the level of culpability

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Rod Schwartz: Is outsourcing the problem?

Rod Schwartz: Is outsourcing the problem?

Social value principles could be the solution to recent problems in the outsourcing industry, argues our columnist

Peter Stanford: Charity regulation is out of date and needs renewal

Peter Stanford: Charity regulation is out of date and needs renewal

The traditional solution of looking to government to lead us all in tackling the problem is increasingly threadbare, writes our columnist

Charles Kenyon: So many ways to 'get stuck in' for charity

Charles Kenyon: So many ways to 'get stuck in' for charity

It's not just about direct help, writes our columnist

Kate Sayer: How to ensure your charity is financially sustainable

Kate Sayer: How to ensure your charity is financially sustainable

Large sums are not crucial for charities to keep going - alternatives are available, writes our columnist

Corporate partnerships - Lego builds on a creative BookTrust partnership

Corporate partnerships - Lego builds on a creative BookTrust partnership

Following the success of the initiative, the toy manufacturer says it is open to finding new charities to partner with

Peter Cardy: Beware of intruding into private lives

Peter Cardy: Beware of intruding into private lives

Our columnist offers answers to your workplace dilemmas

Sue Tibballs: The problems we can turn into opportunities

Sue Tibballs: The problems we can turn into opportunities

Leaders need to be strong in the current environment and speak up for their beneficiaries, writes our columnist

Chair and chief: a delicate balance

Chair and chief: a delicate balance

The chair of the board and the chief executive of a charity must neither get too close nor too far apart for their relationship to work successfully, writes Peter Stanford

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