Best of the blogs: the party conferences, what makes a good fundraiser, a Europe-wide social investment bank and a look at who's working in charities

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the Blogs
Best of the Blogs

Chloe Stables, parliamentary and media manager at the National Council for Voluntary Organisations, says smaller charities should not be intimidated by the forthcoming party conferences.

Read Stables’s blog
The Advice for Good blog explains what to look for in a good fundraiser.

Read the Advice for Good blog
Sir Stephen Bubb
, chief executive of Acevo, recounts his trip to Kraków, Poland, where he spoke at a conference about his idea for a Europe-wide social investment bank.

Read Bubb’s blog

Research fellow Alasdair Rutherford looks at the makeup of workers moving in and out of the voluntary sector, in his new blog.

Read Rutherford's blog


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