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Third Sector Governance 18th June 2019
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NCVO appoints new chief executive
NCVO appoints new chief executive
The umbrella body says it conducted an extensive recruitment process to find its next chief
 
1 NSPCC apologises for the way it dropped a transgender activist as an ambassador
 
2 Labour promises more grant funding and time off for trustees
 
3 Labour's attitude to charities has 'not been right for most of its history', says shadow minister
 
4 George Galloway's Palestine charity 'might not have conducted any charitable activity'
 
5 Former Cafod director among those recognised in Queen's Birthday Honours
 
6 Charities should appoint leaders for staff wellbeing, report on bullying recommends
 
7 Insolvency Service bans 'irresponsible' former chief of Lifeline Project for seven years
 
8 More aid charities should merge, argues executive director of MercyCorps
 
9 The Wildlife Trusts' chief executive to step down
 
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Oxfam
'Culture of tolerating poor behaviour' at Oxfam GB, regulator concludes as it issues official warning
'Culture of tolerating poor behaviour' at Oxfam GB, regulator concludes as it issues official warning
The Charity Commission says the charity broke promises to improve safeguarding and failed to thoroughly investigate allegations of child sexual abuse
 
1 Report will be a spur to more improvement, says Oxfam GB chair
 
2 Oxfam prioritised its goals over its values, independent review finds
 
3 Government to decide 'in due course' if Oxfam can bid again for DfID funding
 
4 Ex-chairs and chiefs of Oxfam admit safeguarding errors
 
5 Don't blame whistleblowers for aid funding cuts, says Oxfam's former head of safeguarding
 
 
Editorial
Andy Hillier: Oxfam got it wrong - but so, I suspect, have many charities Oxfam failed to address the needs of abuse victims. The sector as a whole needs to learn from its mistakes. Andy Hillier: Oxfam got it wrong - but so, I suspect, have many charities
 
Comment
Craig Dearden-Phillips: Oxfam report is a reminder that many charities still live in the dark ages What we have to learn is that the sector can no longer tolerate bad behaviour from senior staff Craig Dearden-Phillips: Oxfam report is a reminder that many charities still live in the dark ages
 
Peter Gilheany: Don't just pull the curtain back - get on stage Passive, curmudgeonly openness is no longer good enough: the sector needs a more radical and sustainable approach Peter Gilheany: Don't just pull the curtain back - get on stage
 
Matthew Sherrington: Change and the curse of mission creep You need to be clear and confident about what you do or the gulf between that and what people think you do can stretch to breaking point Matthew Sherrington: Change and the curse of mission creep
 
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