Tuesday 11 June 2019
Vicky Browning, CEO of ACEVO, has responded to today’s Charity Commission inquiry report on Oxfam
Monday 10 June 2019
In Plain Sight, released today by ACEVO and Centre for Mental Health reveals the emotional harm caused to people experiencing bullying in the charity workplace and makes six recommendations to create safer systems, processes and cultures.
Wednesday 1 May 2019
A new partnership between ACEVO, the civil society leaders network and Voice4Change England, a national advocate for the Black, Asian and Minoritised Ethnic (BAME) voluntary and community sector, has been set up thanks to National Lottery funding.
Tuesday 23 April 2019
In Leadership worth sharing, ACEVO chief executive Vicky Browning talks to civil society CEOs about their careers, their experiences and what leadership means to them.
Wednesday 20 March 2019
A major new project aims to rebalance the relationship between large and small voluntary organisations in public services.
Pay and Equalities Survey 2019: this year the average charity CEO will spend three months working for no payFriday 8 March 2019
For the first time since ACEVO launched its annual Pay and Equalities Survey, CEOs were asked how many extra hours they typically worked per week. The survey found that CEOs work on average 10 additional hours each week, equivalent to almost one and a half days over the standard five. This means that this year, the average charity CEO will spend three months working for no pay.
ACEVO and Centre for Mental Health announce partnership to research bullying in charity sector leadershipThursday 14 February 2019
‘Leading safe cultures: eliminating workplace bullying in charity leadership’ aims to understand the conditions in which bullying occurs in the charity sector, its effects on individuals and why in some organisations bullying behaviour continues for a significant period of time unchecked.