Best of the Blogs: recruitment, social media, online activism, the big society and Bubb on the Conservative Party conference

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

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Ben Matthews, founder of charity PR agency Bright One Communications, talks about how a growing number of people with MBAs are looking for jobs at not-for-profit organisations.

Read Matthews' blog


Journalist Sarah Ditum discusses how campaigners are no longer using social media instead of direct action, but are using it to inform and motivate direct action and to change attitudes.

Read Ditum’s blog


Greenpeace digital communication specialist Juliette Hauville argues that social media is a constantly moving tool that can play an important part in online activism.

Read Hauville’s blog

 

British Red Cross director of UK operations Margaret Lally believes the concept of the big society is ambiguous and questions what it really means.

Read Lally's blog


Stephen Bubb says the coalition government needs to get to grips with what it means by 'big society' after the Conservative Party conference this week.

Read Bubb’s blog

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