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Third Sector Governance 16th October 2019
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Charity that runs the National Citizen Service sued for £20m by its largest provider
Charity that runs the National Citizen Service sued for £20m by its largest provider
The Challenge claims that the National Citizen Service Trust has breached contracts in seven regions, and has launched a separate claim of defamation
 
1 Chair of Oxfam GB to step down after being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease
 
2 Rebuild trust in the sector so you can address divisions in society, commission chair urges charities
 
3 Commission chief questions if it should be able to refuse to register controversial organisations
 
4 NCVO publishes free safeguarding resources for charities
 
5 Most foundations increased grant-giving despite falling income, says report
 
6 Homelessness charities merge
 
7 RSPCA to close all of its centrally run shops
 
8 DfID will lobby EU to allow development charities to maintain funding after Brexit
 
9 Trusts and foundations must do more to embed diversity in the sector, report says
 
10 IoF to offer advice to members on refusing donations for environmental reasons
 
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Opinion
Peter Stanford: Big pay for charity chiefs makes me feel queasy
Peter Stanford: Big pay for charity chiefs makes me feel queasy
In an age of austerity and public sector pay freezes, large salaries and bonuses for charity chiefs do not sit well
 
Marie Staunton: Values-driven leadership enables charities to do their jobs better Investing in feminist leadership at ActionAid showed how changing behaviours can lead to tangible improvement Marie Staunton: Values-driven leadership enables charities to do their jobs better
 
Martyn Drake: Where is the conversation about income diversification? It's clear that this is the number-one challenge facing charity leaders, but we need to do more to develop and share the expertise Martyn Drake: Where is the conversation about income diversification?
 
Hayley Gullen: It's time for the charity sector to show real leadership on climate change We cannot pretend that each charity operates within a vacuum, solely focused on its own cause Hayley Gullen: It's time for the charity sector to show real leadership on climate change
 
Podcast
Third Sector Podcast #9: #CharitySoWhite
Third Sector Podcast #9: #CharitySoWhite
In the latest Third Sector Podcast, we cover racism and representation in the sector, charity leader bonuses and the Tower of London's Choose Your Own Adventure Twitter campaign
 
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