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14 May 2021 — Blog post
In this blog we outline 5 of the key changes in the Bill, what they would mean practically for charity trustees, and why we support them.
13 April 2021 — Guidance
Guidance to help with running your charity during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
11 March 2021 — Blog post
A blog post from Helen Stephenson on what is expected of charities when they engage with controversial or divisive issues.
25 February 2021 — Press release
Charity Commission publishes follow-up report on Oxfam GB after its 2019 inquiry called for ‘significant systemic and cultural’ change to keep people safe from harm.
19 February 2021 — Collection
Charity Commission case reports, decisions made, inquiry reports, regulatory alerts and statements on live cases.
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