Charity professionals have taken to Twitter to share their experiences of racism in the charity sector using the hashtag #CharitySoWhite.
The movement was started by Fatima Iftikhar, who last week uncovered racist training material handed out by Citizens Advice.
Mike Penrose is stepping down as the executive director of Unicef UK.
Penrose has led the organisation since April 2016 and is moving on to pursue 'a number of personal projects' when he leaves the organisation in the Autumn.
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ACEVO and Voice4Change England have launched a new survey to investigate the occurrence of racism within the charity sector.
The survey comes as part of the joint project ‘Making diversity count in the charity sector’, which was launched by the organisations earlier this year.
Deborah Alsina MBE, outgoing chief executive of Bowel Cancer UK and incoming CEO of Independent Age, talks to David Adams about embarking on an award-winning journey to greater collaboration.
The shortlist for the 20th annual Charity Times Awards has been announced.
UK Youth chief executive Anna Smee is set to leave the organization to join Youth Futures Foundation, a £90 million endowment, as its first CEO.