Briefing for Charities & Social Enterprises | 12 June

Our weekly round up of news and updates from across the sector Election 2024 New Philanthropy Capital has: The Local …
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Investigations and disclosure of sensitive communications

Investigations often take place where there is an allegation of wrongdoing. They are a crucial process, enabling organisations to establish …
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Election campaigning: when the political is personal

“I don’t have to win”, Maurice Saatchi supposedly once said, “I just have to make you lose”. In political advertising, …
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Lessons learned from the judgment on the Michaela School’s “prayer ban”

The Michaela Community Schools Trust has successfully defended its decision to ban prayer rituals for all its pupils as lawful …
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Realise your purpose: Increasing gender diversity in the workforce

Currently in the UK: It is plain that work still needs to be done to improve gender diversity in the …
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Turbulence ahead: 20 airlines targeted by EU over greenwashing

“If we want responsible consumers, we need to provide them with accurate information … They deserve accurate and scientific answers, …
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Assessing the Impact: The EU’s Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive

On 24 May 2024, the Council of the EU has formally adopted the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD). The …
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Bates Wells joins Mediator Locator

Paul Jennings, Rachel Mathieson, and Tim Constable have recently joined Mediator Locator, a new platform that allows parties to quickly …
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Purpose & Impact: your roundup

Welcome to your roundup – a monthly selection of news hand-picked to keep you up to date with what’s going …
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“Be the change you want to see” – Sport England’s bold commitment to environmental sustainability in sport

Sport England has launched its inaugural sustainability strategy, called “Every Move – Sustainability Strategy and Action Plan”. It is aimed …
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Infected Blood Inquiry: culture change in our public institutions – is it possible?

Seven years after a public inquiry into the scandal was first announced, last week marked the publication of the final …
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Equalities update: consultation on updated NHS constitution reinforcing commitment to “single-sex” wards

The Department of Health and Social Care is currently consulting on proposed changes to the NHS Constitution (“the Constitution”) as …
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