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Third Sector
Management Bulletin 18th January 2020
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Unicef UK appoints new chief executive
Unicef UK appoints new chief executive
Sacha Deshmukh, chief executive of Smart Energy GB, will join the charity in April
 
1 About 1,200 RSPCA staff have not signed compulsory new contracts, union says
 
2 Kate Sayer to lead new integrity and ethics team at Oxfam GB
 
3 Public sector volunteers 'less satisfied' than their charity counterparts, research shows
 
4 Bowel Cancer UK names new chief executive
 
5 Trustees banned by regulator after paying themselves more than £320,000
 
6 £400m donation from connected company sees Motability's income increase six-fold
 
7 Lack of diversity in fundraising affecting sector's ability to raise money, says IoF chief
 
8 Retail expert to take over at top of the NCS Trust
 
9 Small Charities Coalition reports increased income last year
 
10 Birmingham charity for blind people closes
 
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7 steps to managing your safeguarding risk Partner Content: Presented By Markel Safeguarding is an increasingly critical issue in the third sector with hefty fines for those that don't take it seriously. Here, Markel's care consultancy director, Jerry Oliver, offers seven top tips to putting a safeguarding plan in place 7 steps to managing your safeguarding risk
 
Opinion
Shaista Aziz and Alexia Pepper de Caires: White supremacy, patriarchy, power and Oxfam
Shaista Aziz and Alexia Pepper de Caires: White supremacy, patriarchy, power and Oxfam
The start of 2020 highlights, once again, that the international aid sector has deep rooted structural problems with power and accountability
 
Martin Edwards: new decade, old decade - same difference? If anything we do or say in our sector matters to anyone beyond our immediate service users, now is the time to grab their attention Martin Edwards: new decade, old decade - same difference?
 
Ian MacQuillin: Fundraising really is all about money Building donor relationships is a good thing in and of itself, but let's not conflate the means with the ends or we'll never change the world for the better Ian MacQuillin: Fundraising really is all about money
 
How to position your charity as an employer of choice Partner Content: Presented By Wonderful Workplaces Top tips to help you attract top talent. How to position your charity as an employer of choice
 
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