Sarah Healey also told the Public Accounts Committee the use of special advisers in allocating emergency Covid-19 funding was "perfectly normal"
Rebecca Cooney finds out how the Joseph Rowntree charities plan to deal with the bitter aftertaste of their colonial history
Peter Laurie, who has been the charity's deputy chief executive since 2017, took up the position permanently yesterday
Simon Blake, chief executive of the community interest company Mental Health First Aid England and deputy chair of Stonewall, has launched the legal action with two others
The Captain Tom 100 will take place over the early May bank holiday weekend to mark what would have been the record-breaking fundraiser's 101st birthday
Institute's leadership 'not working to support survivors' of sexual harassment, committee co-chair warns
Dana Kohava Segal, co-chair of the Chartered Institute of Fundraising's Cultural Sector Committee, says she is 'deeply concerned' about the membership body's handling of complaints
The community interest company says it takes concerns about bullying seriously but acknowledges it needs to 'rebuild trust with black communities and people of colour'
Claire Rowney says women have been let down by the Chartered Institute of Fundraising and promises action
But Chartered Institute of Fundraising committee chairs call for the membership body to explain itself further
Various committee chairs have written a formal letter to the board of the Chartered Institute of Fundraising
Consultant quits Chartered Institute of Fundraising standards board over claim it ignored sexual assault allegation
Claire Warner says she has never been 'more ashamed to be associated with an organisation'
Kunle Olulode says many of his organisation’s members are feeling disconnected from funders and central decision-making
More than two dozen leaders from minoritised communities have signed the letter, which has been sent to the NCVO and Acevo
The organisations say the move will enable them to offer better support, but is not a precursor to a merger
Exclusive: Bullying and harassment took place ‘with impunity’ at all levels of the NCVO, report concludes
An independent review into the umbrella body's culture, seen by Third Sector, says staff from all marginalised groups experienced overt oppression
Chine McDonald calls for charities to be brave if they want to deal with the problems they were set up to solve
Rachel Kirby-Rider talks to Rebecca Cooney about working through a "vicious cycle of knotty problems" shaped by the pandemic
Martin Houghton-Brown says he wants people to leave the charity 'with their head held high and feel that they can return'
The charity says it is 'deeply saddened' to hear the accounts from people who have approached Third Sector