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“Opinion: The U.N. Assault on the Catholic Church; A high-profile sex-abuse report is an attempt to bully the church into bowing before the altar of Turtle Bay.” By Claudia Rosett. Wall Street Journal. February 10, 2014.
“Wisconsin: Archdiocese Offers $4 Million to Abuse Victims.” New York Times/ Associated Press. February 13, 2014.
“Pope Pressed on Bishop Who Supervised Pedophile.” By Laurie Goostein. New York Times. February 15, 2014.
“Legionaries are Pope Francis’ problem now.” By John L. Allen Jr. Boston Globe. February 16, 2014.
“NGO moves NHRC over Hooda slapper’s whereabouts.” Times of India. February 10, 2014.
“Jewish Hospital a Fixture in Tehran.” By Thomas Erdbrink. New York Times. February 10, 2014.
“Israeli Museum Receives $10 Million in Gifts for New Extension.” By Patricia Cohen. New York Times. February 15, 2014.
“Government-to-government trade: Unbundling the nation state; Countries have started to outsource public services to each other.” Economist. February 8, 2014.
“Our social enterprise community: how to get involved; Join an international network of social enterprise professionals.” By Charlotte Seager. Guardian. February 11, 2014.
“How to collaborate and partner with other sectors as a small charity; A successful collaboration requires understanding what you want to achieve, finding the right partner and communicating.” By Becky Slack. Guardian. February 11, 2014.
“Is The Freedom Bakery the new face of social enterprise? Rather than marketing its social impact, a bakery employing ex-prisoners aims to remain competitive in the food industry.” By Hannah Fearn. Guardian. February 12, 2014.
“Philanthropy is dead. The voluntary sector needs commercial principles; For Iqbal Wahhab, founder of London’s Roast, funding is not a given so charities need to concentrate on survival.” By Aimee Meade. Guardian. February 13, 2014.
“Series: Philanthropy in transition: It’s important to make best use of resources in austere times; Even a little philanthropic fund can pull a lot of benefits, if targeted wisely.” By David Carrington. Guardian. February 13, 2014.
“Social enterprise Valentine’s messages; Has your crush been picked? We announce the winners of our Social Enterprise Network Valentine’s competition.” By Charlotte Seager and Guardian readers. Guardian. February 14, 2014.
“Weekly roundup: Voluntary Sector Network 14 February 2014; Welcome to this week’s wrap-up of sector news, reader reactions, social media snippets and popular articles.” By Aimee Meade. Guardian. February 14, 2014.
“Top tweets: fundraising for the future; A roundtable debate, hosted by the Guardian and the Institute of Fundraising, stimulated plenty of heated debate on Twitter. To keep you in the loop, we’ve rounded up the highlights; Best bits: what will fundraising look like in 10 years’ time?” By Aimee Meade. Guardian. February 14, 2014.
“Forget Tinder – find your valentine by volunteering for charity; Four couples who met through volunteering share their stories of how giving up their free time for others led them to love.” By Aimee Meade. Guardian. February 14, 2014.
“Voluntary Sector valentines: how charities are spreading the love; Whether it be through concerts, choirs or declarations charities and societies are making the most of this Valentine’s Day by spreading romance as well as their cause.” Guardian. February 14, 2014.
“Wonder what happens to your Oxfam donations? Sorted Thanks partly to a huge recycling plant, Oxfam can spend 84p in £1 on helping others. Rebecca Smithers went to see for herself.” By Rebecca Smithers. Guardian. February 15, 2014.
“Live Q&A: moving your career into the voluntary sector; On Friday 21 February between 12.00 -1.30pm, our expert panel will be open for your questions on how to move into the voluntary sector.” By Aimee Meade. Guardian. February 16, 2014.