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Treasury delays Charity Commission funding consultation

Civil Society (Web), Main, Unattributed, 31/01/2017

of the commission before his term comes to an end this year. At the time he said he hoped the consultation would launch “very soon”.  The Charity Finance Group, Acevo, Navca and the Directory of Social Change have all said that they are opposed to the principle of charities paying for the regulator.

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Asheem Singh: Race, not pay, is the charity sector’s last great taboo

Civil Society (Web), Main, Unattributed, 30/01/2017

Asheem Singh: Race, not pay, is the charity sector’s last great taboo : Asheem Singh says it’s time that the charity sector to “grasp the nettle and talk about race”,

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May outlines her vision of a ‘shared society’

Third Sector, Main, p. 6, Unattributed, 01/02/2017

that have left many people in society feeling overlooked. She said that in order to deliver the required change “we must deliver real social reform across every layer of society” Asheem Singh, interim head of the charity leaders body Acevo, said the plans needed a “practical undercarriage” See At Large, page 10

 

Vicky Browning is director

Third Sector, Main, p. 55, Unattributed, 01/02/2017

UPDATE Vicky Browning is director of CharityComms This is my last column as director of CharityComms. By the time it’s published I’ll be about to begin my new role heading Acevo,

 

L A W & G O V E R N A N C E

Third Sector, Main, p. 8, Unattributed, 01/02/2017

Sussex, who joined the commission in June 2014. The commission has been criticised repeatedly by the charity sector during Sussex’s time at the regulator. In 2015, the charity leaders group Acevo accused the commission of having a “disproportionate focus” on Muslim charities. The commission’s decision to ask the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust to promise it would never again fund the

 

JoeSaxton our own ra, an over-archm coo ha

Third Sector, Main, p. 21, Joe Saxton, 01/02/2017

initiatives to address “trust and confidence” in charities, including: the Commission on the Donor Experience; the Clore Social Leadership working group on trust and confidence; the Charity Futures programme from Acevo; the Commission on the Future of the Voluntary Sector; the Charity Commission/Cass research on governance; New Philanthropy Capital’s State of the Sector programme; the National Council for Voluntary Organisations/Acevo

 

MANAGEMENT

Third Sector, Main, p. 6, Unattributed, 01/02/2017

The average charity chief executive salary fell by more than £5,000 over the past year, according to a survey by the leaders body Acevo. The Pay and Equalities Survey 2017, based on a survey of 473 charity chief executives, says the median chief executive salary was £50,000. It says 3 per cent of

 

Few charity CEOs are from a BAME background, survey finds

DJS Research (Web), Main, Unattributed, 26/01/2017

Few charity CEOs are from a BAME background, survey finds : Few charity CEOs are from a BAME background, survey finds:   According to a recent charity survey by Acevo, a membership body for the leaders of third sector organisations in England and Wales, just 3 per cent of Chief Executive Officers of charities are from BAME (Black, Asian,

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Concern over Trump’s restriction on federal funding for international NGOs

Charity Times (Web), Main, Unattributed, 25/01/2017

to groups performing or providing advice on abortions overseas. Charity chief executive’s network Acevo said the moved raised concerns that the decision could impact upon British organisations. Interim chief executive Asheem Singh said it is a sign of weakness when politicians seek to gag civil society, and Trump’s move is no exception. “British organisations in receipt of USAID funding, organisations

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Vicky Browning: What is the value of communications?

ThirdSector (Web), Main, Unattributed, 26/01/2017

Vicky Browning: What is the value of communications? : As she leaves CharityComms to head Acevo, our columnist explains why comms is not a luxury   Vicky Browning

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CharityComms appoints new chief executive

Civil Society (Web), Main, Unattributed, 24/01/2017

Warley as its new chief executive.   Warley joins from Friends of the Earth, where she is head of communications and supporter experience, and will start on 20 February.  Vicky Browning, who had led CharityComms for the last six years, is about to join Acevo as its chief executive.  John Grounds, chair of CharityComms, said: “We are very

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ThirdSector (Web), Main, Unattributed, 24/01/2017

, the membership network for voluntary sector communications professionals, has appointed Adeela Warley as chief executive.  Warley, head of communications and supporter experience at Friends of the Earth, succeeds Vicky Browning, who is about to join the charity leaders body Acevo as chief executive.  Warley, who will take up her new role on 20 February, has previously been

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Friends of the Earth comms chief departs for CharityComms

PR Week UK (Web), Main, Unattributed, 24/01/2017

CharityComms next month.CharityComms, the membership network for voluntary sector communications professionals, has appointed Adeela Warley as chief executive.Warley, head of communications and supporter experience at Friends of the Earth, succeeds Vicky Browning, who is about to join the charity leaders body Acevo as chief executive.Warley, who will take up her new role on 20 February, has previously been a trustee

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