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Weekly Bulletin 14th June 2021
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Top Story
'Disgusted' CIoF committee chair quits over its handling of sexual misconduct claims
'Disgusted' CIoF committee chair quits over its handling of sexual misconduct claims
It comes after an independent report cleared the institute's former chief executive of any wrongdoing over claims that he was told about a sexual assault at one of its events but failed to act
 
1 Former BBC presenter sacked from charity he founded
 
2 Government has 'no information' on where £100m in emergency funds for charities has been spent, MPs find
 
3 Three senior leaders at Amnesty International UK step down with immediate effect
 
4 Royal Parks charity could face judicial review over alleged discrimination against black African cleaners
 
5 Charity ordered to sell off multimillion-pound plot of land after being unable to service debt
 
6 Retailer seeks charity for multimillion-pound partnership
 
7 Sale of Nazi-seized paintings raises more than £550,000 for sight-loss charity
 
8 Harry and Meghan name four charities to benefit from daughter's birth
 
9 Major charities launch initiative to support volunteering post-Covid-19
 
10 Staff at debt support charity stage public protest over plans to cut jobs
 
 
People
Office for Civil Society director appointed interim chief of the National Lottery Community Fund Office for Civil Society director appointed interim chief of the National Lottery Community Fund
 
Association of Medical Research Charities chief to step down because of illness Association of Medical Research Charities chief to step down because of illness
 
Scottish regulator appoints interim chair Scottish regulator appoints interim chair
 
New chief unveiled at Involve New chief unveiled at Involve
 
Opinion
Debra Allcock Tyler: Flexible working could push gender equality back decades
Debra Allcock Tyler: Flexible working could push gender equality back decades
We must embrace the practice but be aware of possible unintended consequences
 
Ian MacQuillin: The modern fundraising dilemma - raising money while not misrepresenting people Solving this issue is a decision the entire organisation has to take, with expert input from fundraisers Ian MacQuillin: The modern fundraising dilemma - raising money while not misrepresenting people
 
Safia Jama: Why we need more Black voices in the third sector Until there is genuine equality, there must be investment, recognition and partnership, so Black communities can continue to access vital services Safia Jama: Why we need more Black voices in the third sector
 
Martyn Drake: The post-pandemic leaps that charity leaders must make If you want your organisation to make the greatest possible difference, you need to harness the full potential that we’ve merely glimpsed over the past year Martyn Drake: The post-pandemic leaps that charity leaders must make
 
Podcast
Third Sector Podcast: Shaping the Future with Volunteering
Third Sector Podcast: Shaping the Future with Volunteering
This week's episode looks at the new group that will encourage volunteering post-pandemic
 
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