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Charities urged to review safeguarding procedures

Following the International Development Committee’s report on Sexual exploitation and abuse in the aid sector, Victoria highlights the lessons that charities can learn. Medecins Sans Frontiers is the most recent international aid charity, following Oxfam and Save the Children, to hit the headlines as a result of serious misconduct allegations concerning the exploitation and harassment… Read More Charities urged to review safeguarding procedures

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Charity accounting and reporting: big challenges, big changes

A considered framework to steer and support charity accounting and reporting can provide the basis for a better managed and more accountable charity sector. The charity sector is significant, both socially and economically. The activities of charities, including such well-known organisations as Cancer Research and the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds in the… Read More Charity accounting and reporting: big challenges, big changes

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Charities: positive impacts in challenging times

Charities play a significant role in the fabric of our national life, but they are being scrutinised more closely than ever. In this Audit insight, ICAEW has collated the expert knowledge of external auditors and ICAEW specialist staff to set out a series of recommendations to help charities to demonstrate their positive impact and become… Read More Charities: positive impacts in challenging times