Governance

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This section provides a list of resources and information. Each resource has been classified according to the category heading.

The English and Media Centre have bought together documents connected to the changes to the National Curriculum and to the proposed reforms to GCSE and A Level. It also includes EMC discussion documents and responses.

Exploring the opportunities Digital presents is essential for charities and there is a wealth of free advice and guidance available to get us started.

National Council for Voluntary Organisations has a number of guides around governance and appropriate legal structures to employ when setting up an organisation.

What makes people donate to charity? See here. Previously it has been assumed that people who donate have a personal connection with a cause, yet we are increasingly seeing that people are donating to a charity because a friend of theirs supports it.

Tom Latchford, CEO of Raising IT, describes key considerations for the supporter journey on your charity website.

The difference between volunteers and interns. Some of your questions answered.

A brief run through of trusts, unincorporated associations, company limited by guarantee and charitable incorporated organisations.

The Charity Commission is the independent regulator of charities in England and Wales and they have created 'a straightforward framework of good practice which includes the relevant regulatory requirements'.