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Third Sector
Governance Bulletin 16th May 2022
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Welcome to the Third Sector Governance bulletin. Articles marked The Information are subscriber-only content.
 
Top Story
New research body aims to improve ‘piecemeal’ data about charities
The Information New research body aims to improve ‘piecemeal’ data about charities
The National Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Data and Insights Observatory will be funded and hosted by Nottingham Trent University
 
1 Regulator opens online system for annual returns after technical issue
 
2 The Information Charity leaders caught up in ‘constant firefighting’, think tank warns
 
3 Put people, not processes, at the heart of volunteering, charities urged
 
4 Charities creating ‘unrealistic expectations’ by taking on cut-price council contracts, think tank warns
 
5 ‘Step change’ needed in funding for social justice charities, report finds
 
6 Charities ‘scarred’ by experience of applying for institutional funding
 
7 Charities call for dialogue after controversial audit proposals do not appear in Queen’s Speech
 
 
People
St Mungo’s chief executive dies aged 57 St Mungo’s chief executive dies aged 57
 
Criminal justice charity appoints chief executive Criminal justice charity appoints chief executive
 
Event
Tickets available for Third Sector’s 2022 fundraising conference Passes for the two-day virtual event start at just £15 per person for people working for small charities Tickets available for Third Sector’s 2022 fundraising conference
 
From the Magazine
How BSL Act Now! drove the British Sign Language Bill through parliament
The Information How BSL Act Now! drove the British Sign Language Bill through parliament
Their message is simple: Give legal status to British Sign Language. Rebecca Cooney reports on the collaborative campaign to bring about a bill 19 years in the making.
 
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Opinion
Martyn Drake:  Why resistance is often not what it seems
Martyn Drake: Why resistance is often not what it seems
Every radical new idea or transformational opportunity will generate objections. And in every objection, there will be text and subtext
 
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Podcast
Third Sector Podcast: Bloody good change
Third Sector Podcast: Bloody good change
Rebecca speaks to Gabby Edlin and Rachel Grocott of Bloody Good Period
 

 
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