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Breaking News Bulletin 28th February 2021
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Top Story
Review found evidence of 'racist and discriminatory behaviour' at Barnardo's
Review found evidence of 'racist and discriminatory behaviour' at Barnardo's
The charity says it will take the severest available disciplinary action against individuals where evidence is clear and has reiterated its commitment to becoming an anti-racist organisation
 
1 PDSA staff given revised contracts that allow them to be laid off without pay
 
2 Apologise to the charity's staff and service users, Kids Company founder urges Michael Gove
 
3 'Collapse' in donor recruitment yet to be fully felt in charity income, report warns
 
4 Regulator ends statutory oversight of Oxfam GB after 'significant improvements'
 
5 Government to set up working group to create guidelines for how heritage bodies talk about history
 
6 Small riding charity raises more than £1.2m in less than two months to prevent closure
 
7 Minority-led organisations are being overlooked, Voice4Change England director warns
 
8 Animal welfare charities agree partnership
 
9 Consider supporters' wishes before restarting events, Chartered Institute of Fundraising advises
 
10 Membership body criticises council's decision to take leisure charity back under its control
 
 
People
Ruth Davison appointed chief executive of Refuge Ruth Davison appointed chief executive of Refuge
 
MS Society appoints fundraising chief MS Society appoints fundraising chief
 
Awards
Third Sector Awards open for entry
Third Sector Awards open for entry
The 2021 awards have launched with four new categories and a free entry pilot for small and micro charities
 
Survey
Third Sector Awards 2021: Live event research Take our five-minute poll to help the Third Sector Events team understand the current interest in attending live events Third Sector Awards 2021: Live event research
 
Finding the way forward for Virtual Events

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Finding the way forward for Virtual Events
 
Opinion
Becky Hewitt: We urgently need to change attitudes towards flexible working
Becky Hewitt: We urgently need to change attitudes towards flexible working
At a time when the sector needs a diverse pool of exceptional leaders, we must make the pandemic a turning point for how we work
 
Debra Allcock Tyler: The crucial, challenging work of criminal justice charities Organisations that work with people who have caused harm to others remind us that this sector rarely gives up on anyone Debra Allcock Tyler: The crucial, challenging work of criminal justice charities
 
Geraldine Peacock: The Charity Commission must move away from old models Is a fully independent third sector agency needed for a new era? Geraldine Peacock: The Charity Commission must move away from old models
 
Podcast
Third Sector Podcast: #RightNow and the Spring Budget
Third Sector Podcast: #RightNow and the Spring Budget
This week's episode looks at the charity sector's latest campaign for government support in the face of the pandemic
 
Latest Jobs
 
Individual Giving & Lottery Manager £30,000 - £35,000 p.a. depending on depth and variety of experience in a similar role, West Sussex
 
Chair of Waterwise This is a voluntary role although reasonable expenses for travel may be claimed., London (Central), London (Greater)
 
Head of Finance £51,120, Bristol
 
Head of Fundraising Up to £50,000 salary depending on qualifications and experience, Colchester, Essex
 
OPERATIONS DIRECTOR £60,000.00pa, London, Newtown & Southampton
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