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How can the Covid-19 epidemic offer an opportunity to reshape capitalism towards a kinder, more inclusive economy? One option would be for more companies to become certified B Corps...
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We look here at whether schools and academy trusts must comply with DfE guidance on the phased wider opening of schools from 1 June 2020. On 11 May 2020, the Department for Education (DfE) published...
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Back in 1815, a volcano erupted in Indonesia which sent clouds of ash into the air, blocking out the sun and leading to crop failure in many parts of the world.
Withers LLP
Since the announcement of the Government's coronavirus job retention scheme, there have been calls from the charity sector to exempt charities from the rule ...
Withers LLP
Charities are facing innumerable practical challenges during lockdown. With so many of us working from home and practising social distancing, one of those challenges...
Wrigleys Solicitors
Whilst it may not be entirely accurate to say "cash is king" in the charity and social enterprise sector, it remains the lifeblood of organisations without which they are unable to fulfil their objectives.
Withers LLP
As a result of the current pandemic, many charities have had to cancel events. Not only may they have already spent considerable sums of money on organising and publicising these events...
Withers LLP
The Government has now issued further information on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme by means of a Treasury Direction. There are four key points:
Taylor Vinters
The government recognises civil society as one of society's greatest strengths and announces a £750m funding package of support for charitable sector.
Vistra
More than 70 employees at Vistra's UK and Jersey offices participated in Brain Tumour Research's Wear A Hat Day, the national brain tumour awareness campaign, on 27 March 2020 to raise funds
Withers LLP
The Chancellor has announced that frontline charities across the UK will receive a £750 million support package. In the announcement the government has said that tens of thousands of charities will benefit from cash grants.
Withers LLP
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to affect all aspects of daily life with no certain end in sight, the Premier League clubs acknowledged at a shareholders' ...
Wrigleys Solicitors
Many employers are facing extremely difficult decisions in the light of the Covid-19 restrictions and are working hard to find solutions.
Wrigleys Solicitors
Charities and social enterprises are grappling with how to manage meetings in this new era of working life.
Wrigleys Solicitors
Many charities and social enterprises are being buffeted by the storm caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. Most will have had to significantly re-organise the way they operate, some will have...
Wrigleys Solicitors
The Government has now stated its expectation that the Job Retention Scheme (furlough pay) "will not be used by many public sector organisations, as the majority of public sector employees
Taylor Vinters
We are all experiencing the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. As a charity lawyer, and charity trustee, I have seen first-hand the shockwaves it has sent throughout the charity sector.
Wrigleys Solicitors
Active risk management is a key duty of charity trustees. The Covid-19 pandemic is an example of a risk arising.
Taylor Vinters
In these difficult times, it's been heartening to see our charities and broader civil society do what they do best – respond positively and practically to help their beneficiaries and wider society.
Taylor Vinters
In this first of a series of articles focussing on brands and charities, we look at the potential benefits of a savvy tie-up or collaboration between the two, as well as the downsides to look out for.
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