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Governance Bulletin 23rd October 2021
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Government drops plans to give exempt status to UK's largest charity
Government drops plans to give exempt status to UK's largest charity
It is understood that the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office changed its mind on the matter after a review
 
1 Shadow minister queries delay in appointing permanent Charity Commission chair
 
2 Report finds 'endemic' lack of trust between staff and members of the British Psychological Society
 
3 Regulator to launch review of the Code of Fundraising Practice
 
4 Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity to increase size of its fundraising division by almost a half
 
5 Charities being 'buried away as a footnote' within government, RSPCA chief warns
 
6 Charities lost almost £8.6m to fraud last year, latest figures show
 
7 Police examine fraud allegations at charity that runs major mosque
 
8 Harness data to copy success of platform economies, Julia Unwin tells charities
 
9 Charities becoming an 'internal service agency for the government'
 
10 British Heart Foundation announces return of flagship fundraising event
 
 
People
National Lottery Community Fund unveils new chief executive National Lottery Community Fund unveils new chief executive
 
Former UK Youth chief to take up top job at food redistribution charity Former UK Youth chief to take up top job at food redistribution charity
 
Drinkaware chief moves to nutrition charity Drinkaware chief moves to nutrition charity
 
Man works his way up to the top job at Scouts Scotland after 20 years Man works his way up to the top job at Scouts Scotland after 20 years
 
Interview
Gwen Hines and Tsitsi Chawatama: Shifting power at Save the Children UK
Gwen Hines and Tsitsi Chawatama: Shifting power at Save the Children UK
The charity's chief executive and chair tell Rebecca Cooney about moving on from a scandal, placing power in the hands of those they work with and the debate about its name
 
Opinion
Theo Clay: What ‘high-vis chain gangs’ gets wrong about charities in the justice system There is a danger that charities become seen as partners in the punishment agenda as opposed to the rehabilitation agenda Theo Clay: What ‘high-vis chain gangs’ gets wrong about charities in the justice system
 
Zoe Amar: How to implement hybrid working It needs to be more than a blend of two binary states of working from the office or at home Zoe Amar: How to implement hybrid working
 
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Podcast
Third Sector Podcast: The Charity Commission and charging
Third Sector Podcast: The Charity Commission and charging
This week's episode looks at the long-running debate over whether regulator will be able to start charging charities for its services
 

 
Director of Finance £60,000 to £70,000 including London Allowance, London (Central), London (Greater)
 
Specialist Advocacy Worker £15.13 per hour, London (Greater)
 
Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Programme Manager (2 year Fixed Term Contract) £50,000 - £60,000 per annum, Home based (with occasional national travel)
 
Trustees of Mencap Voluntary board role., United Kingdom
 
Development Officer £27,900 - £30,000, Thomas's Foundation, Thomas's Academy, New King's Road, London SW6 4LY

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