Over the weekend, the Lords Select Committee on Charities published its final report, following a year’s activity looking into the current state of the charity sector in the UK, and […]
Is it time for the charity sector to get rowdy about Brexit?
2017 Budget – Our take on what it means for charities
A recent announcement by US President Donald Trump has caused a great deal of concern in the non-profit sector and once again brought the issue of charities getting involved in […]
Truth Decay: Philanthropy and the battle against misinformation and ‘fake news’
Phillip Hammond has delivered his first – and last (more on that later) – Autumn Statement since being appointed to the role of Chancellor earlier in the year. The Government’s […]
That was the question put to an audience and panel this morning at an event hosted in central London by New Philanthropy Capital. I think it’s fair to say […]
This post can now be read on our new Giving Thought blog.
Ever since the new Prime Minister Theresa May first used the phrase ‘Brexit means Brexit,’ people from all different walks of life have been trying to work out exactly what […]
Last week I had a chance to be one of the speakers at a fringe event on “The Future of Charities” at the Labour Party conference hosted by Common Vision […]