New Laws And Regulations For Charities
Advice and commentary on new laws and regulations and what they mean for charities.
Many bullying, discrimination and harassment cases fall outside the Charity Commission’s remit - Rebecca Cooney asks whether another body could help
Last year a National Trust report into slavery and colonialism caused a furore, and claims that charities should stay out of politics – but, as Rebecca Cooney finds out, that has never been an option
Is a fully independent third sector agency needed for a new era?
Stephen Delahunty rounds up the much-anticipated High Court trial, where the Official Receiver has sought to disqualify former trustees and chief executive Camila Batmanghelidjh
The government and the regulator have a vision for the charity sector that is ideologically opposed to the one it has for itself
Baroness Stowell’s comments about the National Trust may not have been as extreme as the Telegraph made them out to be, but they were still unhelpful and politically motivated
Charities must not depend on the attention of those who don't value our work
After 13 years at the Charity Commission, Sarah Atkinson has jumped the fence to become a charity chief executive. As a social mobility crisis looms, Rebecca Cooney finds out why she’d rather be in the room where it happens
A plea for help in a charity Christmas card sparked an investigation into Chinese factory conditions by the retailer Tesco. Rebecca Cooney asks what charities can do if they find themselves caught up in similar situations