What now for #volsec after #indyref? The Lobbying Act regs kick in for one thing, but there’s other charity reading too.
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#volsec opportunities in the referendum, and its party conference season
#volsec tweets on campaigning and data protection, village halls, poverty answers, Labour questions.
For 20 years, Australia’s charity and not-for-profit sector lobbied for better regulation. In 2012, they got it, with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission. Now its threatened with abolition.
As Labour’s consultation with the third sector draws to a close, the Labour MP for Wigan is keen to talk to readers
A tasty selection of #volsec tweets – training, advice for charities on #indyref and more.
New Zealand’s charities law dates from a 14th century poem and a 17th century English statute. The so-called ‘political’ exception in contrast is comparatively recent
Tweets for, by and about a whole lot of people involved in the #volsec, plus VAT, internships, social economy action etc.