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Governance Bulletin 18th January 2020
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Trustees banned by regulator after paying themselves more than £320,000
Trustees banned by regulator after paying themselves more than £320,000
The two former trustees for Jole Rider Friends have been banned for 12 years each following the Charity Commission's inquiry
 
1 Regulator opens statutory inquiry into Professional Footballers' Association charity
 
2 'Exciting times ahead' says Amanda Bringans as she prepares to step down as IoF chair
 
3 Unicef UK to introduce equal parental leave
 
4 About 1,200 RSPCA staff have not signed compulsory new contracts, union says
 
5 Almost two-thirds of charities 'failing to comply with fundraising reporting law'
 
6 Charities have become more ethical in the use of donors' data, says Information Commissioner
 
7 Chair of trust and aide to Labour leadership hopeful suspended after 'antisemitic' tweets
 
8 Extinction Rebellion criticises inclusion on extremism watch list
 
9 Prince Charles becomes International Rescue Committee's first UK patron
 
10 Parenting charity NCT appoints new chief executive
 
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7 steps to managing your safeguarding risk Partner Content: Presented By Markel Safeguarding is an increasingly critical issue in the third sector with hefty fines for those that don't take it seriously. Here, Markel's care consultancy director, Jerry Oliver, offers seven top tips to putting a safeguarding plan in place 7 steps to managing your safeguarding risk
 
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Shaista Aziz and Alexia Pepper de Caires: White supremacy, patriarchy, power and Oxfam
Shaista Aziz and Alexia Pepper de Caires: White supremacy, patriarchy, power and Oxfam
The start of 2020 highlights, once again, that the international aid sector has deep rooted structural problems with power and accountability
 
Oxfam 'appointed strongest candidate' for trustee position, says chair of trustees Caroline Thomson responds to the accusation that the charity has failed to improve its approach to safeguarding Oxfam 'appointed strongest candidate' for trustee position, says chair of trustees
 
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'Bloody funny. Bloody cross': Why outrage and humour work for Bloody Good Period
'Bloody funny. Bloody cross': Why outrage and humour work for Bloody Good Period
In just over three years, Gabby Edlin has taken a taboo cause and turned it into one of the UK's most exciting new charities. Why? Because everyone deserves a bloody good period. Emily Burt reports
 
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