- Rethink systems of accountability to be more accountable to beneficiaries
- Adhere to the five principles of good regulation
- Explore how models of regulating a common pool resource could be more widely applied beyond just face-to-face fundraising.
Ian MacQuillin responds to the Fundraising Regulator’s critique of his and Adrian Sargeant’s recent ideas on fundraising ethics and regulationContinue reading OPINION: Fundraising regulation owes more than lip services to the rights of beneficiaries
A “systematic review” of fundraising’s professional ethics is needed before any major review of the Code of Fundraising Practice in England and Wales is made, a new paper published in the Journal of Business Ethics argues.Continue reading NEWS: Review of fundraising ethics must precede major changes to the code of practice
A lack Scotland-specific research and analysis of giving trends and fundraising practice is holding back strategic development of the profession. The conclusion comes form Rogare’s latest Critical Fundraising Report, which is launched today at the AGM of the Institute of Fundraising (Scotland) in Edinburgh.Continue reading NEWS: Second Rogare national report shines spotlight on critical issues facing Scottish fundraisers
As it emerges that some charities have not paid the levy to the Fundraising Regulator, Adrian Sargeant asks if fundraising’s new regulatory regime represents value for money.Continue reading OPINION: What price fundraising regulation?
This is a collection of blogs looking at the the ethics of fundraising regulation.Continue reading KNOWLEDGE: Fundraising ethics blogs – regulation
Each month, the Critical Fundraising blog presents a digest of the best fundraising-related blogs and articles that have adopted a critical fundraising mode of thought. Inclusion in this digest does not indicate that Rogare agrees with any arguments presented, only that we thought they made a good argument.Continue reading KNOWLEDGE: Blog digest March 2017