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Governance Bulletin 1st August 2021
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Police examine misconduct complaint against Charity Commission
Police examine misconduct complaint against Charity Commission
A whistleblowing charity claims to have information that shows 'clear evidence of means, motive and opportunity to abuse a position of power to the extent it is misconduct in a public office'
 
1 Total number of active charity supporters has risen over the past year, research shows
 
2 RNLI calls police after volunteer subjected to alleged abuse
 
3 Charity shop volunteers fell by 45,000 during pandemic, new figures indicate
 
4 Staff at domestic violence charity call for senior leaders to resign
 
5 Man who used multiple aliases given maximum ban from trusteeship for 'elaborate deceit'
 
6 Charity that provides accessible books ordered to pay £41,000 to unfairly dismissed employee
 
7 New legislation could make pre-election campaigning tougher, charities warned
 
8 Regulator faces charity tribunal case over town hall row
 
9 Six years' worth of personal data at risk in National Lottery Community Fund data breach
 
10 Domestic abuse charity must pay former director more than £26,000 for unfair dismissal
 
 
People
Chartered Institute of Fundraising unveils new chief executive Chartered Institute of Fundraising unveils new chief executive
 
Chief executive of sister sight-loss charities to step down Chief executive of sister sight-loss charities to step down
 
Longer Reads
Can the Chartered Institute of Fundraising win back its members’ trust?
Can the Chartered Institute of Fundraising win back its members’ trust?
The membership body has been repeatedly criticised over its handling of allegations of sexual misconduct. Rebecca Cooney finds out how it can repair the relationship with members
 
Awards
Third Sector Awards shortlist revealed Winners will be announced at a lunch in London on 17 September Third Sector Awards shortlist revealed
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How donor behaviour is evolving as we start to emerge from the pandemic

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Our changing times continue to have a major impact on how, where and why we give, as Enthuse’s latest research reveals. From who’s donating most widely to the need for ‘flexible fundraising’, read on for the key trends.
How donor behaviour is evolving as we start to emerge from the pandemic
 
Opinion
Anthea Lawson: No one is exempt from toxic culture – however ‘good’ they are
Anthea Lawson: No one is exempt from toxic culture – however ‘good’ they are
Internal problems of bullying, racism, sexism and burnout share roots with the justice and rights issues that charities seek to fight. Photo: Hana Wolf
 
Martin Baker: Is wellbeing a fad or here to stay? Wellbeing has been a sector buzzword over the past couple of years, but does it have longevity? Martin Baker: Is wellbeing a fad or here to stay?
 
Podcast
Third Sector Podcast: Protecting your data
Third Sector Podcast: Protecting your data
This week's episode digs into the GDPR and data security
 
Latest Governance Jobs
 
Trustees & Treasurer Unremunerated (other than expenses), Homeworking
 
Trustees Trustee, Remote – with travel to either Camden or Hackney for meetings four times a year
 
Independent Chairs for the Integrated Care Systems for England £55,000 - £80,000 depending on population size and complexity, Nationwide
 
Chair of Board of Trustees Voluntary position, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
 
Council member (Registrant Council Member x 2 Lay Council Member x 1) £12,000 per annum, plus travel and subsistence, London (Central), London (Greater)
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