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Third Sector Governance 24th August 2019
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Charity staff share experiences of racism using #CharitySoWhite hashtag
Charity staff share experiences of racism using #CharitySoWhite hashtag
Anecdotes from black, Asian and ethnic minority people include one whose white successor was paid £5,000 a year more and another who felt she had to leave the sector to fulfil her potential
 
1 Citizens Advice apologises for 'horribly racist' training guidance
 
2 Charities give too much weight to higher qualifications, says NCVO report
 
3 No-deal Brexit would cause charities to collapse, says SCVO
 
4 Executive director of Unicef UK to step down
 
5 Arvinda Gohil to be the next chief executive of Central YMCA
 
6 Minister warns charities that the EU is 'still discriminating' against them
 
7 Winnie Byanyima to leave Oxfam International for a role with UNAIDS
 
8 Charities 'much better than the public sector on digital skills'
 
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Opinion
Peter Stanford: How to deal with your chief executive's departure Whether they leave for good or bad reasons, handling a chief executive's departure is one of a chair's more difficult and delicate tasks Peter Stanford: How to deal with your chief executive's departure
 
Emma Twyning: Charities have a major role to play in tackling ageism The sector has a responsibility to combat perceptions of older people as lonely, frail and vulnerable Emma Twyning: Charities have a major role to play in tackling ageism
 
Ian MacQuillin: If I'm right, you're not necessarily wrong Controversies are rarely black and white but multiple shades of grey, and it's not healthy for the fundraising profession to pretend otherwise Ian MacQuillin: If I'm right, you're not necessarily wrong
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Podcast
Third Sector Podcast #8: Leadership
Third Sector Podcast #8: Leadership
In this episode, we discuss leadership in the charity sector, chat to CRUK's Ed Aspel and look at a new campaign from the British Stammering Association
 
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