Comment and speeches
From time to time, we publish comment pieces on topics or ideas relevant to the Commission's work. These are authored by individual members of staff and are not necessarily identical with the Commission's corporate position on issues. They may reflect new ways of thinking or approaching a subject.
Charity trustees' basic duty to avoid or manage conflicts of interest Our Chief Legal Adviser, Kenneth Dibble, reflects on charity trustees' basic duty to avoid or manage conflicts of interest.
Uncharitable activities Our Head of Legal Services and Chief Legal Adviser, Kenneth Dibble, explains our approach to dealing with mismanagement in charities.
Protecting your charity's reputation Our Chief Executive, Sam Younger, reflects on trustees’ duty to protect their charities’ reputation.
Mind the pennies - using the Charity Tribunal Our Head of Legal Services and Chief Legal Adviser, Kenneth Dibble, explains why the Charity Tribunal doesn’t have to be expensive to be effective.
Telling your charity's story Our Head of Information and Communication, Sarah Atkinson, explains why telling your charity’s story in language the public understands is a crucial part of being accountable
What makes a charity? Our Head of Legal Services and Chief Legal Adviser, Kenneth Dibble, dispels myths about what makes a charity.
Signed, sealed, defaulted Our Chief Executive, Sam Younger, explains why late filing of charity documents is avoidable - and unacceptable.
Commission staff speak at a range of events on a variety of subjects, ranging from the challenges facing charity trustees during times of change, to the Commission’s strategic review. These speeches may be of interest to charity trustees, journalists and anyone with a general interest in the charity sector.
|Link to speech||Speaker / Date|
|William Shawcross November 2013|
|Dame Suzi Leather
|Leading your charity through a time of change||
Dame Suzi Leather