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Third Sector Management 24th August 2019
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Up to 200 staff at Christian Aid face redundancy
Up to 200 staff at Christian Aid face redundancy
The charity says it has made the 'difficult decision' to withdraw from 12 countries as it bids to save £7m a year
 
1 Citizens Advice apologises for 'horribly racist' training guidance
 
2 Winnie Byanyima to leave Oxfam International for a role with UNAIDS
 
3 About 400 jobs affected as largest NCS provider confirms departure from the scheme
 
4 Former MND Association chief to head up philanthropy at the British Heart Foundation
 
5 Campaign to save Acorns Children's Hospice has raised £200,000
 
6 Former Charity Commission board member questions fairness of Oxfam report
 
7 Amazon enables third-party sellers to donate unsold items to UK charities
 
8 Charities 'much better than the public sector on digital skills'
 
9 Government should fund charities' core costs to prevent falling donations, academics say
 
10 Charity Commission director's name used in attempted identity theft scam
 
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Opinion
Mark Flannagan: Marie Stopes' chief executive bonus is obscene
Mark Flannagan: Marie Stopes' chief executive bonus is obscene
Doubling the already large salary of a chief executive does nothing to build trust in charities
 
Sajda Mughal: Boris Johnson should invest in relationships with grass-roots charities Local charities maintain powerful relationships with communities and could be invaluable in helping the government resolve societal divisions Sajda Mughal: Boris Johnson should invest in relationships with grass-roots charities
 
Paul Streets: Look to small charities for reparation-based approaches to rehabilitation Small and local charities are keen to revamp the government's failed Transforming Rehabilitation programme and support offenders Paul Streets: Look to small charities for reparation-based approaches to rehabilitation
 
Debra Allcock Tyler: Mind your language We must not allow ourselves to be manipulated into buying into misleading narratives Debra Allcock Tyler: Mind your language
 
Podcast
Third Sector Podcast #8: Leadership
Third Sector Podcast #8: Leadership
In this episode, we discuss leadership in the charity sector, chat to CRUK's Ed Aspel and look at a new campaign from the British Stammering Association
 
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