Best of the Blogs: the big society, spending cuts, international aid and Heather Mansfield on social networks

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

Best of the Blogs
Best of the Blogs

Alan Mak, a trustee of Magic Breakfast and a Big Society Network blogger, says the big society will be brought to life only when its practical application is demonstrated more clearly.


Read Mak’s blog


Karl Wilding, head of research at the NCVO, explains why resilience and transition are such important issues for the charity sector amid the spending cuts.

Read Wilding’s blog


Jonathan Glennie, a research fellow at the Centre for Aid and Public Expenditure and a Guardian blogger, believes greater transparency is needed over international aid budgets.

Read Glennie’s blog


Heather Mansfield, founder of Diosa Communications, explains how non-profits should be using Facebook more effectively.

Read Mansfield’s blog

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