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Third Sector Governance 22nd February 2019
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Garden Bridge Trust spent more than £53m on failed scheme
Garden Bridge Trust spent more than £53m on failed scheme
A report from Transport for London says this was made up of £34m from TfL and £19m from the Department for Transport
 
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1 New project will research bullying in charities
 
2 Children's hospice cites Brexit uncertainty as factor in potential job losses
 
3 MP to introduce bill giving trustees the right to time off work
 
4 Small Charities Coalition launches charity set-up tool
 
5 Leadership development is no silver bullet for the sector, says academic
 
6 Rape charity faces racist abuse after Tommy Robinson highlights its advert
 
7 Lambeth Council to pay damages to pro-life charity after eviction row
 
8 JustGiving removes Interpal pages after protests from pro-Israeli group
 
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Peter Stanford: Another dent in trust in charities The Garden Bridge Trust case has the potential to further damage already fragile public trust in the charity sector Peter Stanford: Another dent in trust in charities
 
Kate Sayer: Setting the right tone Boards should take the lead in creating the right organisational culture Kate Sayer: Setting the right tone
 
Craig Dearden-Phillips: What does the NCVO need in its next chief executive? The starting gun has been fired in the race to replace Sir Stuart Etherington at the National Council for Voluntary Organisations Craig Dearden-Phillips: What does the NCVO need in its next chief executive?
 
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