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
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
If it’s beneficiaries, rather than donors, who are actually charities’ ‘consumers’, Ian MacQuillin asks if this changes how fundraising ought to be regulated.Continue reading NEW IDEAS: The donor is always right, part 2 – does it lead to donor correctness gone mad?
Fundraising regulation is often predicated on the assumption that donors require the same degree of ‘protection’ as consumers. In the first of a two-part blog, Ian MacQuillin argues that it’s beneficiaries, not donors, who are a charity’s true consumersContinue reading NEW IDEAS: The donor is always right, part 1 – is being a donor the same thing as being a consumer?
Organisations that regulate fundraising need to move away from a ‘consumer protection ethos’ to ensure that charities can be more accountable to their beneficiaries, Rogare’s evidence to a parliamentary enquiry says.Continue reading NEWS: Accountability to beneficiaries requires change of ethos among fundraising regulators