Best of the blogs: giving young people a voice, what the government means by charity in society, the rising price of a Lotto ticket and giving directly versus donating to charity

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Young people must continue to have a voice in 2013, writes Emma Thomas, chief executive of YouthNet.

Read Thomas’s blog

The government must articulate its concept of charity in society, says Caron Bradshaw, chief executive of the Charity Finance Group.

Read Bradshaw’s blog

Camelot’s decision to raise the price of a lottery ticket to £2 could be good for the sector if it means we get more money, says Sir Stephen Bubb.

Read Bubb’s blog

Giving money directly to the poor certainly has some benefits for those who receive the direct payment, but it’s not a substitute for the important work that many charities are doing, says the Advice for Good blog.

Read the Advice for Good blog

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