Best of the Blogs: credits for carers, international aid and breast cancer charities

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

Best of the Blogs
Best of the Blogs

New Economics Foundation fellow David Boyle brands as "irritating" the NCVO’s response to the government’s idea of giving credits for care.

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Oxfam’s head of research, Duncan Green, asks if the aid industry’s audit culture is becoming a threat to accountability.

Read Green’s blog

Gordon Conochie, policy officer at The Princess Royal Trust for Carers, believes the government should stand up for its plan to issue credits for carers.

Read Conochie’s blog 

Judith Potts, a breast cancer sufferer who blogs for The Daily Telegraph, says that cancer charities are becoming more aware of breast cancer in men.

Read Potts’s blog

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