“Safe Schools program, chaplaincy scheme don’t mix: experts.” By Jill Stark. Sydney Morning Herald. June 8, 2014.
“Antwerp, Belgium, Has 5,000 Secondhand Graves for Sale; City Is Taking a Novel Approach to Preserving Its Tombstone Heritage.” By Matthias Verbergt. Wall Street Journal. June 3, 2014
“World Cup bribery storm could force fresh vote for 2022 event.” By Matt Dickinson. Times of London. June 2, 2014.
“The Ugly Game: If the latest allegations about the process by which Qatar was handed the 2022 World Cup are true then the decision cannot be allowed to stand.” Editorial. Times of London. June 2, 2014.
“FFA did not tell federal police of $500,000 allegedly stolen by FIFA executive.” By Jack Warner. Sydney Morning Herald (Australia). June 2, 2014.
“Qatar World Cup 2022: Fifa investigation into World Cup vote is ‘ignoring the new evidence’, critics claim.” By Robin Scott-Elliot. Independent (UK). June 3, 2014.
“FFA dragged into vote corruption allegations.” Sydney Morning Herald (Australia). June 3, 2014
“Disgraced bid official gave gifts to Fifa chiefs.” Times of London. June 4, 2014.
“Qatar 2022: Fifa set to probe officials over World Cup claims.” BBC News. June 4, 2014.
‘Throw FIFA Out of the Game.” Op-ed. New York Times. June 8, 2014.
“The growing stink at FIFA: The case for a replay; New light is being shed on the choice of Qatar to host football’s biggest event in 2022.” Economist. June 7, 2014.
“The Fixer Offense in Soccer.” Editorial. New York Times. June 7, 2014.
“Secret deals turn heat on World Cup: Qatari fixer’s $1.7m for key Asian votes and Miliband demands rerun of 2022 bid.” Times of London. June 8, 2014.
“Qatar 2022: Fifa sponsor demands ‘appropriate investigation‘.” BBC News. June 8, 2014.
“Charity in Mexico Takes More Than Good Intentions and Cash: At Los Ojos de Dios, an orphanage, 40 children who were abruptly removed were being returned.” By Julian Aguilar. New York Times. June 7, 2014.
“On Inequality Denial.” Op-ed. By Paul Krugman. New York Times. June 2, 2014.
“Big Money: 7 traits the rich have in common.” By Jeanne Sahadi. CNN. June 2, 2014.
“Big Money: The richest Americans in history; Silicon Valley may be minting billionaires today, but tech wealth doesn’t touch the riches of the robber barons.” CNN. June 4, 2014.
“The Rich, the Right, and the Facts: Deconstructing the Income Distribution Debate: In 1992, economist Paul Krugman, now a New York Times columnist, published this article in the Fall issue of The American Prospect. Today, his assertions hold up, especially in answer to the conservative critics of Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century.” By Paul Krugman. American Prospect. June 5, 2014.
“Americans’ Wealth Hits Record as Rich Get Richer: Rising Home, Stock Prices Fuel Gains, but Economy May Not See Full Benefit.” By Neil Shah. Wall Street Journal. June 6, 2014.
“U.S. household wealth hits record in 1Q.” USA Today/Associated Press. June 6, 2014.
“Bodies of 800 babies, long-dead, found in septic tank at former Irish home for unwed mothers.” By Terrence McCoy. Washington Post. June 3, 2014.
“Ireland: Orphanage’s Mass Grave.” New York Times/Associated Press. June 5, 2014.
“Irish church under fire over children’s mass grave.” Boston Globe/Washington Post. June 4, 2014.
“Inquiry Urged on Site Called Mass Grave of Irish Babies.” New York Times. June 5, 2014.
“Bones of 800 babies in nuns’ septic tank.” Times of London. June 6, 2014.
“Ireland mass graves: Unearthing one of the darkest chapters in Irish history.” Independent (UK). June 6, 2014.
“An Open, Dark Secret: Ireland Reacts To Mass Grave Of Children.” All Things Considered/National Public Radio. June 6, 2014.
“800 dead babies are probably just the beginning: The corpses found in an Irish septic pit resulted from a larger problem.” Washington Post. June 6, 2014.
“Thousands of babies feared hidden in mass graves across Ireland.” Times of London. June 7, 2014.
“‘The welfare state is not about dependency: it is about opportunity’; In her new book, Austerity Bites, Mary O’Hara argues that Cameron’s dismantling of state support betrays future generations of poor children.” By Mary O’Hara. Guardian. June 2, 2014.
“Volunteers’ week 2014: why is your role the best? Trustee or cake baker, we would like to hear what you’re doing on Volunteer’s Week. Share your stories, photos and videos via GuardianWitness.” By Aimee Meade and Guardian readers. Guardian. June 2, 2014.
“Volunteering + social impact = mental health improvement; A Citizens Advice Bureau report indicates volunteering can improve health: a handful of volunteers share their stories: • Why there is a need for volunteering qualifications; • How-to guide: embracing young volunteers; • What’s best: a volunteer’s time or a funder’s money?” By Aimee Meade. Guardian. June 2, 2014.
“Social media for development: making the most of Facebook; Two projects in El Salvador illustrate how you can define your target audience carefully, and then successfully reach them.” By Lynda-Marie Taurasi. Guardian. June 2, 2014.
“My mental health magazine and the sadness of closing a social enterprise; Nearly six years on, the founder of One in Four explains why it is closing and why mental health is such an unusual market: • Why failure can be the best platform for innovation; • Five reasons social enterprises fail; • The five stages of grief for a failed social entrepreneur; • Why we must talk more about failure in social enterprise.” By Mark Brown. Guardian. June 3, 2014.
“Small charities need your support, says the founder of Localgiving.com: Helping local projects allows your business to make a visible, significant difference and has huge benefits for both parties.” By Marcelle Speller. Guardian. June 3, 2014.
“Wanted: musical sea eagle. The five weirdest volunteer roles; For Volunteer’s Week, we’ve found the wackiest and most wonderful positions out there. From chicken knitter to fiddle-playing sea eagle, here are our top five most unusual roles: • Who should be volunteer of the year? Cast your vote; • Volunteers’ week 2014: why is your role the best? • Volunteering + social impact = mental health improvement.” By Charlotte Seager. Guardian. June 3, 2014.
“Cabinet at war over Islamic extremist plot to take over Birmingham schools.” By Greg Hurst and Francis Elliott. Times of London. June 4, 2014.
“Education experts voice fury over Ofsted’s ‘Trojan Horse’ schools inquiry; Sir Tim Brighouse leads attack on watchdog’s investigations into claims that conservative Muslims infiltrated Birmingham schools.” By Richard Adams. Guardian. June 4, 2014.
“Class Action: Schools are essential to allow different races and faiths to integrate. Faith schools cannot become fundamentalist.” Opinion. Times of London. June 5. 2014.
“The Charity Commission doesn’t know what charity is: Thanks to one deeply ignorant decision, any organisation with a human rights agenda stands to lose its charitable status.” Guardian. June 5, 2014.
“Trojan horse row: Labour calls for new Ofsted school inspection criteria; Tristam Hunt attacks Michael Gove handling of the alleged Birmingham schools plot and calls for change.” Guardian. June 7, 2014.
“Gove forced to apologise to PM as May adviser quits.” Times of London. June 8, 2014.
“Volunteers – how to recruit and keep them interested; If the right people are in the right roles charities and volunteers can reap the benefits of a mutually beneficial relationship, says Simon Gillespie: • Wanted: musical sea eagle. The five weirdest volunteer roles; • Volunteers’ week 2014: why is your role the best? • Volunteering + social impact = mental health improvement.” By Simon Gillespie. Guardian. June 4, 2014.
“Five things I wish I’d known before starting a crowdfunding campaign: The Sweetman brothers are fast approaching their £50,000 social enterprise crowdfunding target. How are they doing it? • How to succeed with your crowdfunding campaign; • The smartest urban crowdfunding projects – in pictures; • Why crowdfunding now sets the trends.” By James Sweetman. Guardian. June 5, 2014.
“From Scotch eggs to e-courses: how Newcastle’s arts are fighting the cuts; When Newcastle cut its arts funding completely, local organisations produced new ideas to stop the curtains closing: • Charities need to start thinking like businesses; • The north-east of England: Britain’s Detroit? • How to get the edge when managing charity finances; • What we find when we compare Detroit and the north-east.” By Tim Smedley. Guardian. June 5, 2014.
“Muslim help for poor investigated by charity chiefs.” By Dominic Kennedy and Fariha Karim. Times of London. June 6, 2014.
“What does volunteering mean to you? Volunteering can bring huge benefits to both volunteer and organisation. During Volunteers’ Week our readers and Twitter followers explain what it means to them.” By Aimee Meade. Guardian. June 6, 2014.
“Pope Francis Overhauls Vatican Financial Watchdog: Four Experts Named to the Board of the Financial Information Authority.” By Liam Moloney. Wall Street Journal. June 6, 2014.
“The Vatican: Financial Panel Replaced.” New York Times/Reuters. June 6, 2014.
“Pope Francis sacks entire board of Vatican’s financial watchdog: Experts from Switzerland, Singapore, the United States and Italy to replace all-Italian group.” Independent (UK). June 6, 2014.