Public Impact Centred Regulation for Charities

This was the final report of the ACEVO Taskforce on Better Regulation, chaired by Rupert Evenett. In addition to outlining the changes which the charity sector was undergoing, the report called for a positive vision of charity regulation, centred on public impact and shared by both regulator and sector. This must be targeted to ensure that charities’ aims are in the public benefit (i.e. a solid policing of the boundaries to the charitable sector and the charity ‘brand’) and that charities are enabled to pursue and maximise their impact in building a more robust, fairer society.

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