Best of the Blogs: the UK's first 'cooperative council', inbound marketing, international aid, public sector cuts and Lord Nat Wei on transition in the voluntary sector

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

Best of the Blogs
Best of the Blogs

Stephen Bubb talks about the UK’s first "'cooperative council' in Lambeth and how the third sector can "survive and thrive" through radical reforms in public service delivery.

Read Bubb’s blog

Jonathan Grapsas discusses how marketing has changed from traditional ‘outbound’ to ‘inbound’ methods, and how the third sector can apply them.

Read Grapsas’ blog

Louise Stoddard, a British journalist and Guardian blogger, asks what right the west has to "lecture and hector" on aid.

Read Stoddard’s blog

Guardian blogger Patrick Butler looks at the potential closure of drugs charity the Iceni Project because of public sector cuts.

Read Butler's blog

Lord Nat Wei explains how the voluntary sector is going through a time of huge transition and needs to move away from government funding to a greater mix of sources of funds.

Read Wei’s blog


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