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UK fundraising plagued by persistent gender pay gap

Luke Michael, Monday, 16th March 2020 -  Women make up 76 per cent of fundraisers in the UK Female fundraisers in the UK are disproportionately missing out on leadership roles and experience a 14 per cent gender pay gap, new

Boris Johnson announces UK aid review

Luke Michael, Monday, 2nd March 2020 -  The PM says the new aid policy will serve the best interests of the British people  The UK has launched the biggest review of its foreign aid policy since the end of the Cold War. Prime Minister

UK expert calls for a new age of responsible fundraising

Luke Michael, Monday, 2nd March 2020 -  Ken Burnett wants to change the prevailing way that fundraising is looked at in most organisations Australian fundraisers need to shift their focus and utilise the power of storytelling

Award-winning UK social enterprise rescued from the brink of collapse

Luke Michael, Monday, 24th February 2020 -  The social enterprise has helped visually-impaired people work since 1854 One of the UK’s oldest social enterprises has been saved from collapse after a deal was struck to protect

Push for UK government to help charities measure their impact

Luke Michael, Monday, 17th February 2020 -  Charities could soon have access to free impact measurement resources A UK MP wants to create a new body to help charities measure their impact, which he hopes will make it easier for

UK fundraising sector vows to fight climate change

Luke Michael, Friday, 11th October 2019 -  The Institute of Fundraising says all charities have a responsibility to deliver change Fundraising charities in the UK are being encouraged to refuse donations and step away from

UK charity slammed for long-running management failures

Luke Michael, Monday, 30th September 2019 -  Trustees of a UK housing charity have come under fire for failing to report the death of a resident and receiving unauthorised payments. The UK Charity Commission has sanctioned and

Charities urged to stay vigilant on advocacy rights

Luke Michael, Monday, 16th September 2019 -  A former UK charity leader has admitted he resigned from his role so he could more openly criticise government policy, prompting discussion around the state of charitable advocacy

UK welcomes charity founder as new minister for the sector

Luke Michael, Friday, 2nd August 2019 -  A former charity CEO has been appointed the new UK minister for civil society. Baroness Diana Barran was announced as the minister responsible for the charity sector on Tuesday, serving

Disability representation missing from UK kids’ shows

Luke Michael, Friday, 26th July 2019 -  People with disability are rarely shown on British children’s TV shows and are often portrayed as villains when they do appear, new research shows. A report from children’s

The UK’s super rich are shunning philanthropy

Luke Michael, Thursday, 18th July 2019 -  Just one in 10 of the UK’s wealthiest people are regularly giving to charity, according to new research. A report from the Beacon Collaborative estimates that of the 18,000 ultra-high-net-worth

British Airports are getting more disability friendly, but there’s still work to be done

Luke Michael, Friday, 12th July 2019 -  UK airports have significantly improved their accessibility for people with disability, according to the industry regulator.  The Civil Aviation Authority’s (CAA) latest report
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