Best of the blogs: the constraints of payment by results, the benefits of all-party parliamentary groups, sector bosses play a vital role and examples of good fundraising

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

The voluntary sector shouldn't bank on payment by results because it is a system that is open to manipulation and encourages dishonesty, believes Liam Barrington-Bush, a co-founder of Concrete Solutions.

Read Barrington-Bush’s blog


All-party parliamentary groups can give the work of your charity added credibility and validity – and allow MPs to find out more about your specialist subject, says Jack Leather, a campaigner for Street Children of Sierra Leone.

Read Leather’s blog


More cuts are on their way so the leadership of our sector’s chief executives is as crucial as ever, says Sir Stephen Bubb, chief executive of Acevo.

Read Bubb’s blog


Chris Sherwood
, director of policy and research at Relate, lists six reasons why the Department for Work and Pensions’ payment-by-results model constrains innovation.

Read Sherwood’s blog


Fundraising expert Craig Linton lists examples of good fundraising in his latest blog.

Read Linton’s blog

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Communications

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