“Meals on Wheels looks to appeal.” No by-line. Sydney Morning Herald. September 15, 2013.
“Bangladesh To Pursue Legal Action Against Grameen’s Founder Yunus; Move Apparently Escalates a Long-Running Political Feud.” By Syed Zain Al-Mahmood. Wall Street Journal. September 9, 2013.
CATHOLIC SEX ABUSE SCANDAL
“Missouri: Priest Gets 50 Years in Child Pornography Case.” No by-line. New York Times/Associated Press. September 13, 2013.
“Archbishop Jozef Wesolowski Recalled By Vatican Before Investigation For Sexual Abuse In Dominican Republic.” By Nicole Winfield. Huffington Post. September 13, 2013.
“Capitation fee demanded by pvt colleges illegal: SC.” Times of India. September 9, 2013.
“India mandates increase in charitable giving by corporations; critics fear government control.” By Rama Lakshmi. Washington Post. September 12, 2013.
“Social enterprise training – the facts; David McGlashan explains the key findings from the latest research by the School for Social Entrepreneurs.” By David McGlashan. Guardian. September 9, 2013.
“National Trust volunteer numbers hit record high; 70,000 unpaid helpers devote their time to wildly differing tasks, including keeping toads safe and spring-cleaning stately homes.” By Steven Morris. Guardian. September 12, 2013.
“Picasso the big draw in charity lottery; L’Homme au Gibus, from the artist’s cubist period, is the prize in a raffle to help the war-damaged Lebanese city of Tyre.” By Mark Brown. Guardian. September 12, 2013.
“Revealed: Private equity firms are making millions out of failing children’s care homes – yet care for vulnerable is ‘unacceptable’; Review launched after Rochdale child-grooming scandal discovers that 63 privately owned homes did not meet the Government’s minimum standards.” By Tom Harper. Independent. September 14, 2013.
“Harrowing video showing young girl in noose launched by cyberbully charity;
Film and Twitter campaign by Cybersmile Foundation urges victims of online abuse to resist temptation to retaliate.” By Ben Quinn. Guardian. September 14, 2013.
“Digi-development: exploring the potential of online volunteering; Websites now exist to connect poor communities with a problem to individuals with a solution, anywhere in the world. But are they effective?” By Rachel Collinson. Guardian. September 15, 2013.