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Content note: This episode does contain some discussion of sexual harassment.This week Rebecca and Emily discuss some recent charity headlines, including developments in the Chartered Institute of Fundraising sexual harassment investigation, the closure of Virgin Money Giving, possible changes to the General Data Protection Regulation and the situa…
 
This week Rebecca and Emily take a look at how the sector is doing in the wake of the pandemic based on a number of intriguing news stories over the past week.And this week's good news bulletin features a Northern Luzon giant cloud rat (for pictures and information on how people are choosing to spend money post-lockdown.…
 
In this episode of the Third Sector podcast, news editor Andy Ricketts and editor Emily Burt discuss the GDPR and the risks that data security incidents can bring to UK charities. They recap a report into a data breach that occurred at the transgender young people’s support charity Mermaids and a ransomware attack at The Salvation Army. Features an…
 
This week Rebecca and Emily discuss why payroll giving has never really taken off and a new project, WeAreGoodGiving, which aims to put it back on the map.And in the good news bulletin, they find out about the Spennylympics (for more info see https://www.spennylympics.com/) and the first beaver born on Exmoor in 400 years.…
 
In this week's episode, Rebecca and Emily listen in to a session on diversifying income streams in the age of Covid-19 from the Third Sector Fundraising Conference. During the session, Sarah Medcalf, Peter Grant and Hamid Azad discuss how charities can create real, lasting and positive change in their fundraising practices in response to the covid …
 
Rebecca and Emily chat about live television fundraising events and how they might need to adapt to the current media landscape.* Plus they open the latest coronavirus care package of good news stories.*At one point, Rebecca refers to Martin Sheen. She meant Michael Sheen and apologises profusely to Mr Sheen and Mr Sheen.…
 
This week Rebecca and Emily discuss what charities can be doing to help in the fight against climate change.And they discuss the unusual mobile library that has sprung up in a remote area of Pakistan in the coronavirus care package https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2021/apr/26/bearing-gifts-the-camels-bringing-books-to-pakistans-poores…
 
In this episode, editor Emily Burt and senior reporter Stephen Delahunty explore the role of charities in the Covid-19 vaccine rollout. They discuss Cancer Research UK’s work trialling Camostat, a drug that could prevent severe symptoms of Covid-19, and printing visors from their living Rooms. Stephen also describes the inspirations and motivations…
 
Rebecca and Emily reflect on the past week in charity news, from the latest on the National Trust and the Brexit museum to Oxfam and the Captain Sir Tom Moore memorial fundraising event. Please note: This episode was recorded before The Foreign, Commonwealth and Diplomatic Office announced it would suspend Oxfam's right to apply for new government …
 
This week Rebecca and Emily discuss whether and how charities will approach returning to the office when coronavirus restrictions lift later this year.Later, they bring you a coronavirus care package of good news, including an uneaten 1924 Easter egg which was bought by a Bygones museum in Torquay (pictures here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-engla…
 
Content warning: This episode contains discussion of sexual harassment and assault.In this month’s bumper special episode, Rebecca and Emily are joined by the fundraiser Ruby Bayley to chat about at sexual harassment and assault in fundraising.And as ever, they unwrap their coronavirus care package of charity sector good news.If you've been affecte…
 
Rebecca and Emily discuss the charity news of the past week, including what the Spring Budget offered charities, Kevin Watkins departure as chief executive of Save the Children and survey data showing the popularity of children's charities has fallen. They also unwrap another coronavirus care package of charity sector good news.…
 
In this month’s bumper special episode, Rebecca and Emily are joined by Zara Todd, co-author of the 'Hidden Leaders: Disability Leadership in Civil Society' report, published earlier this month. They discuss the report's findings and what needs to happen next.Third Sector reporter Stephen Delahunty also drops in the talk about the long-awaited Kids…
 
In this month's bumper episode, Emily and Rebecca talk to Dr Daniel King of Nottingham Trent University and Alex Farrow of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations to find out what the Respond, Recover and Reset project can tell us about the impact of lockdown on charities.For more information about the Respond, Recover and Reset project an…
 
This week, Rebecca and Emily discuss some of the implications of the Brexit deal agreed on Christmas Eve 2020 for the voluntary sector. They also chat about ‘Crafting J.O.Y with CAFOD’ – a monthly Facebook live set up by volunteers to help parents keep their children entertained during the lockdown.저자 Third Sector
 
On the monthly bumper edition of the Third Sector Podcast, features and analysis writer Rebecca Cooney and editor Emily Burt look back over the year with Karl Wilding, the chief executive of the National Council of Voluntary Organisations.Rebecca also chats the poet Hollie McNish about her work to raise money for the parenting charity Home-Start by…
 
In this Third Sector's second weekly podcast, features and analysis writer Rebecca Cooney and editor Emily Burt chat about the history of Kids Company. The charity collapsed in 2015 and now its former trustees and chief executive are in the High Court as the Official Receiver seeks to have them disqualified from serving as company directors. Third …
 
This month, we’re looking at job hunting in the charity sector. We’ll be talking to Joe Edmonds , commercial director at Haymarket, and Linda Griffiths, associate director at Prospectus, a recruitment agency specialising in the not-for-profit sector. And as ever, we’ll be bringing you our coronavirus care package - good things in the sector that ha…
 
This month, we look at Facebook. It's a vital fundraising tool, but can charities justify giving money to an organisation that has been criticised for allowing fake news and hate speech? Third Sector’s senior reporter, Stephen Delahunty, explored this issue in the most recent edition of Third Sector and speaks to Sarah Clarke of CharityComms and di…
 
This month we look at what impact a recession could have on the charity sector. We talk to Daniel Fluskey of the Chartered Institute of Fundraising, Adeela Warley of Charity Comms and Rita Chadha of the Small Charities Coalition about the effect on fundraising, campaigns and small charities. And as ever, we bring you our coronavirus care package of…
 
This month we discuss how charities have responded to the Black Lives Matter movement. Emily Burt speaks to Kunle Olulode, chief executive of Voice 4 Change England and Saba Shafi, an organiser for CharitySoWhite, about the steps charities have already taken and what more needs to be done.Stephen Delahunty looks at how charities should be talking p…
 
This month, we listen in to a Third Sector webinar on how the non-profit sector can plan for the “new normal” following the coronavirus crisis, featuring Kate Lee, chief executive of Alzheimer's Society, Tufail Hussein, director of Islamic Relief UK, Allison Dufosee, chief executive of World Bicycle Relief and Jo Crease, chief executive of Together…
 
This month, Rebecca and Emily discuss the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the charity sector and look at the #EveryDayCounts campaign which is calling on the government to provide meaningful support to the sector. They also talk about three positive things they've seen since the restrictions began.…
 
This month we discuss the international development sector with Stephanie Draper, chief executive of the development umbrella group Bond, Richard Hawkes, chief executive of the British Asian Trust, and Amanda Khozi Mukwashi, chief executive of Christian Aid. We also hear from Chloe Setter, head of anti-trafficking at the children’s charity Lumos ab…
 
This month speak to Dr Patrick McGurk, Adrienne Sanders, Noama Chaudhry and Adarsh Ramchurn about Queen Mary University of London's new degree in social change, Chetal Patel about Brexit, and Francesa Trotman and Andrea Biden about how their charity Love the Oceans was highlighted by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.·…
 
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