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Srabani Sen: the four actions you can take today to become a more inclusive leader

Most people accept that diversity and inclusion are good things. But how do you go about being more inclusive? Here are four things you can do today, says Srabani Sen

ACEVO and V4CE launch survey to investigate racism within charity sector

ACEVO and Voice4Change England have launched a new survey to investigate the occurrence of racism within the charity sector.

The survey comes as part of the joint project ‘Making diversity count in the charity sector’, which was launched by the organisations earlier this year.

Interview: Deborah Alsina on the journey to greater collaboration

Deborah Alsina MBE, outgoing chief executive of Bowel Cancer UK and incoming CEO of Independent Age, talks to David Adams about embarking on an award-winning journey to greater collaboration.

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Antonia Swinson: the key property questions philanthropists will ask

"In my experience in interviews, it’s the little things which are the give-aways. Bricks and mortar are rarely the stuff of fundraising magic, but no one can save the world with bailiffs at the door and a leaky roof and rich people didn’t get rich by thinking sloppy."

Interim manager appointed to Christian charity while regulator probes into 'serious concerns'

The Charity Commission has appointed an interim manager to a Christian charity whilst it addresses a number of financial concerns.

Charity Times Awards 2019: shortlist announced

The shortlist for the 20th annual Charity Times Awards has been announced.

Snowdonia charity given £3m to expand across UK

The Outdoor Partnership, a charity that promotes outdoor pursuits in Snowdonia, has been granted just £3m from The National Lottery Community Fund to expand its activities across the UK.

The charity offers equipment and qualifications in outdoor activities such as climbing and kayaking to help people who live in Snowdonia find jobs in outdoor activities.

UK Youth’s Anna Smee to join Youth Futures Foundation as first CEO

UK Youth chief executive Anna Smee is set to leave the organization to join Youth Futures Foundation, a £90 million endowment, as its first CEO.

Baroness Barran appointed new charities minister

Baroness Diana Barran has been appointed as the new minister responsible for civil society, under Nicky Morgan's Department for Culture, Media and Sport.

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Trust issues

The government is longing for a ‘shared vital mission’ with the third sector. But is the lack of trust and tightening of regulation causing a more obvious divide?

A question of data

The incoming General Data Protection Regulation will change how data can be used, but few are prepared

Volunteering for a healthy mind and body

A review of the research into the positive benefits of volunteering on those who take part

Turning things around

Dr Beverley Jacobson has driven an impressive recovery at learning disability charity Kisharon

Are you harnessing the power of social media?

Social media can boost brand awareness, act as a tool for fundraising and increase donations, but one size doesn’t fit all.

Time to talk

There is still a stigma around mental health, preventing many senior charity leaders from acknowledging it within the workplace. But it's time to start opening the conversation.

Leading in difficult times

The 2018 Charity Times Annual Conference set out to provide delegates with insights into how key decision makers can work to lead their charities through difficult times, whilst taking the opportunities that present themselves.

Time to blow the whistle

Insider fraud is on the rise among the charity sector, but encouraging a culture of whistleblowing among charities could be the key to improving sector-wide resilience.

Staying safe from the new cyber menace

The ‘WannaCry’ global ransomware attack this May brought cybercrime into the limelight, affecting thousands of organisations. As a result of the attack, the Charity Commission said the third sector had to do more to protect itself. What more can charities do?

Interview: A place of safety

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