Best of the blogs: the social questions philanthropy must answer, the Queen's Speech, do's and don'ts of digital fundraising, and how donors are getting tough on charities

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

We must consider whether philanthropy contributes to social cohesion and inclusiveness, says Cathy Pharoah.  

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Sir Stephen Bubb writes about the Queen’s Speech and what it means for the sector, including opportunities with probation reforms, the future of the Big Society and UKIP’s views on charities.  

Read Bubb’s blog 

Maia Kahlke-Mikkelsen, digital fundraiser at Amnesty International, picks out her do's and don’ts for digital fundraising.  

Read Kahlke-Mikkelsen’s blog

Günther Lutschinger, president of the European Fundraising Association, looks at how donors are getting tough on charities.

Read Lutschinger’s blog

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