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Third Sector
Management Bulletin 14th December 2019
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Secretary general of Amnesty International quits due to ill health
Secretary general of Amnesty International quits due to ill health
Kumi Naidoo, who joined the charity 16 months ago, is stepping down because a pre-existing medical condition has worsened
 
1 Disability charity criticised for appointing chief executive who praised Ukip
 
2 Half the staff at The Challenge will not receive statutory redundancy payments
 
3 IoF launches confidential sexual harassment helpline
 
4 Lord's Taverners distances itself from audience members who heckled comedian Nish Kumar
 
5 National Citizen Service and lobbying act feature in election Charity Debate
 
6 Lloyds Bank Foundation offers grants for core costs of up to £100,000
 
7 Learning disability providers set to merge
 
8 Regulator apologises for retweeting thread including criticism of Boris Johnson
 
9 Fellows of Society of Antiquaries condemn decision on child sex offender
 
10 Scotland plans end to private schools' business rates relief from September
 
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Winter is coming: Are you ready? Partner Content: Presented By Markel With the onset of winter, the chances of severe disruptions to your business operations increase. But, if you have a contingency plan in place you can act swiftly to mitigate and minimise the risks Winter is coming: Are you ready?
 
Longer Reads
Four ways to liven up the annual report
Four ways to liven up the annual report
Liam Kay looks at the ways in which an annual report and accounts can be so much more than regulatory box-ticking
 
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
 
Opinion
Zoe Amar: What we can learn from the next generation of charity leaders
Zoe Amar: What we can learn from the next generation of charity leaders
A new generation of charity leaders are operating in very different ways from their predecessors, reflecting the changing nature of the sector
 
Martin Edwards: Give your charity a fighting chance in awards season As a seasoned awards judge, I see plenty of organisations repeating the same mistakes - here is a list of things to avoid Martin Edwards: Give your charity a fighting chance in awards season
 
Debra Allcock-Tyler: The new government should not promise what it is incapable of delivering Charities are making great progress in compromising and working together - perhaps politicians could learn from us Debra Allcock-Tyler: The new government should not promise what it is incapable of delivering
 
Matt Hyde: Why resilience must be our leadership cornerstone Fostering organisations that keep people safe from harm means building resilient cultures, and leaders must set the example Matt Hyde: Why resilience must be our leadership cornerstone
 
Rob Jackson: Will the charity sector evolve its approach to volunteers in the new decade? It seems that people no longer need our precious sector institutions to tackle the issues they care about. Charities must keep up or risk irrelevance Rob Jackson: Will the charity sector evolve its approach to volunteers in the new decade?
 
Podcast
Third Sector Podcast #11: Election special
Third Sector Podcast #11: Election special
In the latest episode, we find out what the three main political parties can offer charities and talk to Lord Hodgson about the lobbying act
 
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Development Manager - Major Gifts £50,000, London, SE1 4YB
 
Senior Consultant £45,000-£55,000 dependent on experience, Elephant & Castle, South-East London
 
Counsellor £19 an hour - negotiable, Langho, Lancashire
 
Digital Services Manager £47,254, Yeadon, Leeds
 
Community Engagement Manager £30,000 - £32,000, Liverpool, Merseyside, with some travel required to Halifax.
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