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Third Sector Weekly 26th May 2019
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Comic Relief chief executive to step down
Comic Relief chief executive to step down
Liz Warner will leave the grant-making charity at the end of the year
 
1 Third Sector study shows first dip in charitable giving since 2016
 
2 Most charity staff are stressed at work, survey finds
 
3 Director general of IPPF withdraws resignation
 
4 Wills notification service overhaul could leave charities with 'huge holes' in finances
 
5 MPs say £30m could be raised by 1p levy on self-service checkouts
 
6 Report renews calls for extension of social value act
 
7 Medical research charity lands £1bn from sale of royalties in cancer drug
 
 
Fundraising Conference 2019
Sexual harassers at top of aid sector 'are too well-connected' to be held to account
Sexual harassers at top of aid sector 'are too well-connected' to be held to account
The campaigner Alexia Pepper de Caires, joint founder of the NGO Safe Space, tells Third Sector's Fundraising Conference these men are often 'failed upwards' to get them out of the way
 
1 Charities are 'not up to speed with the pace of change' in technology
 
2 Drop your obsession with data, Gosh Children's Charity chief warns
 
3 Let's talk about the accountability of crowdfunding, says Bowel Cancer UK chief
 
4 Focusing on impulsive giving does not necessarily build loyalty, says Save fundraising chief
 
5 Put storytelling 'front and centre' of mass-participation events, says Children in Need chief
 
6 Face up to a possible future of less relevance, says Diabetes UK fundraising director
 
7 Large budgets not necessary for digital campaigns, says Make-a-Wish manager
 
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Latest Jobs
 
Services Assistant Manager (Up to) £24,500.00 per annum, Nottingham, NG7 5JE
 
Network & Volunteering Communications Officer Circa £26,000 Sheffield / Circa £29,000 London based, The post holder will be based either in Sheffield or in London (home-based considered)
 
Development Officer, Individual Giving Up to £25,000 per annum, depending on experience, London (Greater)
 
Head of Corporate Partnerships £45,230 to £55,030, London (Central), London (Greater)
 
Independent member of Audit & Risk Committee £300/day, London (Greater)
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Longer Reads
Young people want to give - but not necessarily money Our exclusive research shows under-25s are increasingly looking for a different relationship with charities. PJ White reports Young people want to give - but not necessarily money
 
Interview: Craig Bennett - 'We don't want the public to feel a sense of despair about climate change' Now the environment is back firmly on the agenda, the Friends of the Earth chief executive tells Andy Hillier how it plans to seize the moment Interview: Craig Bennett - 'We don't want the  public to feel a sense of despair about climate change'
 
Lord Harris: 'I'm not just interested in making sure something ticks over and stays the same' The second chair of the Fundraising Regulator tells Rebecca Cooney that he will bring a different perspective to the role last filled by Lord Grade Lord Harris: 'I'm not just interested in making sure something ticks over and stays the same'
 
Awards
AstraZeneca crowned Business of the Year at the Business Charity Awards
AstraZeneca crowned Business of the Year at the Business Charity Awards
The company won the prize, awarded at a black-tie dinner in London last night, for its work with the children's charity Plan International UK
 
Fundraisers: The New Generation 2019 After much deliberation, the judges for this year's Fundraisers: The New Generation have chosen 10 worthy winners from the wealth of emerging fundraising talent. Rebecca Cooney reports Fundraisers: The New Generation 2019
 
Opinion
Leesa Harwood: The best fundraisers are bold in the face of failure Embrace your mistakes and disasters, and make sure you learn from them Leesa Harwood: The best fundraisers are bold in the face of failure
 
Craig Dearden-Phillips: Stress at work is far more widespread than we thought... ...and it's best to do something about it before it becomes toxic Craig Dearden-Phillips: Stress at work is far more widespread than we thought...
 
Stella Smith: What you don't do is as important as what you do Leaders can take on too much, so find ways to use your time more effectively and delegate Stella Smith: What you don't do is as important as what you do
 
Podcast
Third Sector Podcast #5: Campaigning
Third Sector Podcast #5: Campaigning
Rebecca Cooney talks to Clare Laxton and Chloe Stables about charity campaigning, then visits the London Extinction Rebellion protests. Plus: Mind's Dane Krambergar talks about creating a mentally healthy workplace
 
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