"To ignite change on diversity and inclusion, organisations must win the backing of those with the power to make things happen – the influencers. Here are six actions you can take to influence those with the power to create lasting change."
The UK’s leading organisation for new music is looking for an exceptional candidate to join our dynamic Board of Trustees. We seek candidates passionate about contemporary culture and willing to provide support and challenge to the Chair and Chief Executive to ensure that Sound and Music achieves its ambitions in encouraging creativity, cohesion, innovation and new ideas through new music and sound. In particular you will support us in shaping Sound and Music’s strategy for 2022 and beyond.
The Legal Education Foundation (TLEF) believes that the law plays an essential part in supporting civil society, economic development and democracy. Our vision is of a society where everyone understands the role and value of the law and has the capability and opportunity to use it to ensure their rights, and to fulfil the obligations that accompany these rights.
Camphill Village Trust is a leading, long established and progressive UK charity supporting adults with learning disabilities and autism, mental health problems and other complex support needs.
The Trust has been through significant changes in recent years and we are seeking a new Trustee to join our progressive Board and help us further strengthen our governance and deliver our recently refreshed strategy.
"However frustrating and uncomfortable these conversations make us, we must have them. Isn’t the prize we seek worth discomfort? And maybe, if we can truly engage, there won’t be a ‘them’ and ‘us’ anymore."
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.
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?