Best of the blogs: developing leaders, empowering through social networks, a winning piece of direct mail and Scottish independence

Your round-up of charity-related debate online

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs
Paul Marvell of the Institute of Fundraising asks how can charities develop future fundraising leaders

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Tim Smedley considers how online social networks could be used to encourage volunteers and empower people to shape their cities.

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A creative piece of charity direct mail won over fundraising consultant Pamela Grow

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A visit to Scotland makes Sir Stephen Bubb consider the implications of Scottish independence for charities.

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