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The reputation challenge at the heart of fundraising

July 5, 2017

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Almost a quarter of the public (23%) feel “emotionally blackmailed” by charities, according to new research from the Commission on the Donor Experience. No wonder then that as well as seeking to define good practice, the Commission has also put building the reputation of charities at the centre of its recommendations. The Commission was launched in […]

The end of the homogenous charity sector?

September 5, 2016

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The House of Lords Select Committee on Charities is a golden opportunity to help build a more constructive relationship between government and charities and move on from the recent turbulent times for the sector. Yet in just 33 words, I’ve managed to re-enforce one of the key issues facing charities: the idea of a homogeneous […]

The future for the PRCA Charity & Not-For-Profit Group

July 29, 2016

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The last few years will go down as some as the most tumultuous ever experienced in charity communications, but the world is stabilising and it's time to move on.

Five ways the Lobbying Act could be improved

June 17, 2015

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The negative impact of the Lobbying Act is clear. It has had a damaging effect on campaigners and is a threat to freedom of speech. But it is here to stay. That’s why the PRCA Charity and Not-For-Profit Group has developed five recommendations for the Hodgson Review of Third Party Campaigning to consider: 1. Reduce […]

Will Labour’s Lobbying Act consultation make a difference?

August 13, 2014

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The General Election may be eight months away, but there are just weeks to go until regulations for non-party campaigners during the 2015 General Election come into force. The fear is that ‘part two’ of the Lobbying Act (or Gagging Law) will restrain charities and grassroots organisations’ ability to campaign in the run up to […]

PR Apprenticeships launched

December 8, 2011

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Today is a landmark day for the PR industry. Today sees the single most important development in the industry since the social media revolution. I’ve written on countless occasions about the need to diversify routes into the PR profession – and long called for the establishment of PR Apprenticeships. And while the PRCA have always […]

75% of PR degrees could fail students

September 2, 2011

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Regular readers will know I’m not a massive fan of degrees as a way to get into a media career. Just last week I wrote that degrees mean no guarantees of success in the media. But, I do believe that there should be many paths to success. And just as we need high quality routes […]