The review of charity legislation by the Cabinet Office’s Strategy Unit could herald the biggest overhaul of charity law for 400 years after it is published today.
The review by the Strategy Unit, previously called the Performance and Innovation Unit, has looked at how organisations qualify for charity status, fundraising techniques, and the accountability and transparency of charities to the public. The report has taken a long time to appear, having been promised initially for publication at the end of 2001.
Read “Government to reveal charity reforms” by Nicola Hill at SocietyGuardian.
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