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Sturgeon warns: negative forces trying to exploit the third sector

Sturgeon: negative forces are trying to exploit third sector
High praise for the third sector but public confidence is being undermined by negative reporting
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Jobs boost for third sector
More young people to be helped into work
21 February 2018 by Robert Armour
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Goodmoves
Youth Support Worker
Organisation: Callander Youth Project Trust
Salary: 36 hours per week
Location: Callander
Closing Date: Fri, 09 Mar 2018
Treasurer and Member of the Management Board
Organisation: Bright Light - relationship counselling
Salary:
Location: Central Edinburgh
Closing Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2018
Volunteer Trustees
Organisation: Bright Light - relationship counselling
Salary:
Location: Central Edinburgh
Closing Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2018
Cover blown: spycops “infiltrated Scottish charities”
Campaigners say the third sector will have been infiltrated by political police
21 February 2018 by Graham Martin
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Quarter of Scots do not trust charities, survey reveals
New research, conducted before the Oxfam scandal unravelled, has revealed that only 73% of people feel that they trust charities
21 February 2018 by Gareth Jones
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All change at the top – meet the new SCVO team
Susan Smith spoke to Andrew Burns and Anna Fowlie about taking on the two top roles at Scotland's third sector umbrella body
21 February 2018 by Susan Smith
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Social Bite to give homes to 600
Cash from Sleep in the Park will be invested
21 February 2018 by Robert Armour
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Oxfam crisis cannot become weapon against aid sector
Jane Salmonson says powerful and vocal elements of society can't be allowed to use Oxfam crisis as an excuse to cut aid UK budget
21 February 2018 by TFN Guest
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Social Bite to give homes to 600
Cash from Sleep in the Park will be invested
21 February 2018 by Robert Armour
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Oxfam reveals how many donors lost to sex scandal
Question marks remain as the charity fights for survival
20 February 2018 by Robert Armour
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Third sector organisations walk away from employability programme
TFN has learned that at least three charities have pulled out of sub contracts for Fair Start Scotland
20 February 2018 by Gareth Jones
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Suicide prevention plan moves forward
The views of more than a hundred people who have been directly affected by suicide have been compiled in a new report
20 February 2018 by Gareth Jones
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Twitter failing to protect disabled from abuse
Social media platform not doing enough to protect disabled users from hate-filled trolls
20 February 2018 by Robert Armour
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Women are leading the way in social enterprise
Social enterprise trumps private sector in women's leadership
20 February 2018 by Graham Martin
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Union bosses want answers over Oxfam jobs
Charity agrees not to bid for government cash
20 February 2018 by Robert Armour
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Cases of child sexual abuse rise in Scotland
At least 13 cases every day reported to Police Scotland
20 February 2018 by Robert Armour
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With just three months to go, the GDPR clock is ticking
Alison Johnston, lead policy officer for the Information Commissioner’s Office, urges charities not to panic about GDPR
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Tap into our ecosystem of business support
Josiah Lockhart, chief executive of Firstport, says good business advice is vital
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Scanning the financial horizon
Heather Lamont looks at a few recent headlines from the financial press and considers what they might mean for your charity’s finances.
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Public shouldn’t turn their back on vital humanitarian work
Richard Cambridge, a humanitarian worker for International Red Cross, says the public needs to back aid charities
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We’re care experienced and know how to care
​Kevin Browne of Who Cares Scotland says it's time to put experienced people into the driving seat when it comes to care
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Don’t panic: charity storm clouds have a silver lining
Susan Smith says don’t panic about falling trust levels, be proactive and seize the opportunity to create good news
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Chief encounters: David Robb
Beatles-loving David Robb, OSCR chief executive, is astounded by the amount of folk who believe everyone in the third sector are volunteers
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Shape the future of digital tax system
Jim Burberry, from financial consultants RSM, looks at how plans to create a digital tax system will affect charities
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Rise in substandard meals fed to elderly in care homes
Some councils spend as little as £1.10 on each meal
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Time to act on health inequality in Scotland
Scotland's health promotion agency is aiming to work with poverty groups to establish evidence of the causes of the nation's health problems
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Brexit could hit human rights in Scotland
Charities and other groups have backed the Scotland Declaration on Human Rights
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Scots aid charities report sexual misconduct
Aid charities are being forced to reveal sexual misconduct probes after Oxfam scandal
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Parents demand council nurseries stay open longer
Working parents aren't being offered flexibility
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Mary’s Meals reveals misconduct case
Argyll-based charity says case was dealt with swiftly
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Ban wind farms from wild areas
Scotland’s official Wild Land Areas should be a no-go zone for large-scale commercial wind farms say campaigners
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Kindness and the crisis of confidence facing our services
Julia Unwin explains some of her concerns about the challenge of making our public services kinder
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Charities slurred by vicious, right wing fake news
Right wingers are undermining charities by slurring them with vicious fake news stories
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OSCR reports 13 cases of sexual misconduct in past two years
​Regulator says abuse cases were reported to Police Scotland
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Thousands of children receive treatment for obesity
Health experts have expressed concern at figures which reveal 5,000 under-18s needed specialist weight treatment
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Small charities unaware of GDPR with less than 100 days to go
More than a third of smaller organisations have not heard of the new legislation and are putting themselves at risk
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