NB: THIS POST WAS FIRST PUBLISHED ON THE HISTPHIL.ORG WEBSITE AND CAN BE READ HERE It is easy to take for granted the idea of charity as an accepted […]
(This blog first appeared on civilsociety.co.uk, and is available HERE) The progress of Jeremy Corbyn to a seemingly unassailable lead in the Labour Party leadership contest has taken almost […]
Uneven Foundations: Are charitable trusts failing to match supply with demand?
Sunday evening saw the first of CAF’s fringe events for 2014 conference season – the launch of The Red Book of The Voluntary Sector in partnership with ACEVO.The essay collection […]
Are charities in danger of being left behind by social investment?
Morning all. I’m going to keep it brisk and businesslike today, as I’ve got a busy morning. But my unswerving dedication to the cause means that despite other commitments, I’m […]
After a hiatus last week for a well-earned break, we’re back this week with a veritably bulging Easter basket of philanthropy and social investment treats. 1) At number one […]
Friday again, so it’s round-up time, but a bit earlier than usual. Partly because I’m on a half day today, and partly because this week has seen such a rich […]
Three o’clock on a Friday afternoon. The office witching hour… But don’t worry, you can now take a break from furtively watching the clock hand drag its way around […]