Patrick English argues that criticisms of the #NoMakeUpSelfie campaign are misplaced and we should support a movement which is doing so much good.
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Many charities have long ceased to challenge the powers that be.
TweetToday, Cameron’s flagship policy, the big society, has suffered a serious blow; a leading charity figure has described it as being “effectively dead”. Sir Stephen Bubb, head of the Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations, damned the big society agenda as a result of spending cuts in charity funding and reforms. Cameron’s rhetoric of […]
With discussion of the voluntary sector’s role in welfare provision rife, one writer examines the work of the Salvation Army, and the difficulties it faces.
Alex Hern looks at the results of Third Sector’s poll of charities, and finds that they have little confidence in Cameron.
The rich give less to charity than the poor, making David Cameron’s Tory mission to roll back the frontiers of the state are deeply, deeply regressive.
Isn’t it odd that every Big Society re-launch by David Cameron appears to be accompanied by another dozen charities going under? Dominc Browne investigates.