“Education funding is a matter of equity.” Sydney Morning Herald. September 15, 2014.
“Harmonie German Club boots out rebels.” Sydney Morning Herald. September 17, 2014.
“Hillsong Church to come under scrutiny at royal commission into child sex abuse.” By Rachel Browne. Sydney Morning Herald. September 18, 2014.
ENVIRONMENT & CONSERVATION
“Environmental Funding Bypasses Indigenous Communities.” By Amantha Perera. Interpress Service (ipsnews.net). September 21, 2014.
‘Fury at Fifa’s inquiry cover-up.” Times of London. September 21, 2014.
“The rise of Greek civil society; Talk to those who are building Greece’s civil society and it becomes clear that volunteering brings people together no matter what their political views.” By Sally Brammall. Guardian. September 20, 2014.
“What I discovered when I took my charity back to the future; By looking forward to 2030 I understood the changes I needed to make now, says charity leader; What I learned about social leadership from a hostage negotiator; Diary of a 2014 Clore Social Fellow.” By Eugenie Teasley. Guardian. September 15,, 2014.
“How to set up a clothes swap in your area; Leeds Community Clothing Exchange is one of several community clothes swaps around the country; How can you set up your own? Swap till you drop: the joys of Leeds Community Clothing Exchange.” By Katherine Purvis and Maria Evrenos. Guardian. September 16, 2014.
“Crowdfunding: Essential advice for charities; Crowdfunding is a unique and rewarding opportunity for charities, and rewards can even be eligible for Gift Aid. Here’s where to begin: • Expert advice: crowdfunding; • Crowdfunding isn’t a quick fix for charity fundraisers; • How to reach the top in fundraising.” By Jess Ratty. Guardian. September 17, 2014.
“Scottish independence could make space for charities’ principles; On the eve of vote day, John Downie, director of public affairs at the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations gauges the mood; Scottish Independence: How would a ‘yes’ vote affect the charity sector?” By John Downie. Guardian. September 18, 2014.
“How to set up your own repair cafe; Llandrindod Repair Cafe in Wales is part of the Repair Cafe Foundation. Want to prepare, share and repair too? These tips will help you fix it.” By Katherine Purvis, Nell Card and Lucy Palmer. Guardian. September 19, 2014.
“Why selflessness evolved for selfish reasons; The pressure to act charitably – whether in celebrities or chimps – is all about indirect reciprocity: ensuring future cooperation.” By Rachel Kendal. Guardian. September 20, 2014.
“Public schools must learn the meaning of charity; To avoid the charge of elitism, private schools should do the right thing and share their facilities with the state sector.” Opinion. By Janice Turner. Times of London. September 20 2014.
“Plymouth University ‘spent £150,000 on 7 chairs’ after protests against potential job losses; Meanwhile job losses have prompted lecturer protests.” By Sarah Cassidy. Independent. September 19, 2014.