Published in: Home: Feature‘We just got left’: How children of prisoners are abandoned by the state
The government has no statutory duty to identify or support children whose parents are in prison. Why not?
Published in: Home: NewsNew eviction laws could stop homeless people getting help, charities warn
Government ignored warnings that abolishing section 21 ‘no fault’ evictions could leave people ineligible for support
Published in: Home: NewsTop private schools’ ‘paltry’ charity work revealed
Occasional tours of a WW2 bunker are among the ways private schools justify their billion-pound charitable status
Published in: 50.50: AnalysisLGB Alliance tells tribunal it will ‘get around to’ helping LGB people
The controversial group’s charitable status was challenged in a hearing brought by trans youth charity Mermaids
Published in: TransformationWhat does ‘A Christmas Carol’ tell us about the meaning of charity?
“Mankind was my business. The common welfare was my business. Charity, mercy, forbearance and benevolence were all...
Published in: openDemocracyUKRising child poverty – what role does philanthropy play?
As child poverty in the UK rises, it's time to ask about a century of charitable giving: does philanthropy just...