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Closing the gap on female leadership

Closing the gap on female leadership

Guest Bloggers | 11 March 2020

Last week we published our Missing Out research, as part of this Sarah Tite looks at the problems that persist within our work environment and what we can do to close the female leadership gap in fundraising.

LGBT+ History Month: Inclusion policies fail when they remain just policies

LGBT+ History Month: Inclusion policies fail when they remain just policies

Guest Bloggers | 6 February 2020

To mark LGBT+ History Month, Lucy Caldicott looks at the experiences of the LGBT+ community working in the UK charity sector, and says that the act of opening up space for honest conversations amongst staff will create a more inclusive and healthy environment.

How to set the tone for an inclusive culture

How to set the tone for an inclusive culture

Guest Bloggers | 3 January 2020

Lucy Caldicott, Founder of ChangeOut, reflects on the top things for senior leaders to think about when ensuring that their organisation maintains an inclusive culture.

The IoF's year in its policy work

The IoF's year in its policy work

Alice Sharman | 28 December 2019

This year has been a big year for fundraisers, and for the Institute of Fundraising in terms of our policy work – from work on equality, diversity and inclusion feeding into our Change Collective objectives, to our collaboration with YouGov on our Public Perceptions research, which looks at what the public really think about the fundraising profession. In no particular order, below are five of our top reports, research and guidance that we have worked on this year.

What defined 2019 for fundraisers?

What defined 2019 for fundraisers?

Alice Sharman | 27 December 2019

As 2019 draws to a close, we take a look at the key things that defined the past year for fundraisers. Alice Sharman, Content Manager at the Institute of Fundraising, looks at five of those key developments and trends that have made 2019 such a significant one for fundraisers.

‘The exclusion of disabled people from the workforce is an unnecessary waste’

‘The exclusion of disabled people from the workforce is an unnecessary waste’

Guest Bloggers | 5 November 2019

Manon Oliver, Trust and Foundation Fundraiser at Animals Asia, says that workplace obstacles for disabled people are many and varied, but that they need to have the courage to consider their biases and think about how necessary current work structures are.

Join me in creating an EDI Committee that is representative of everyone

Join me in creating an EDI Committee that is representative of everyone

Guest Bloggers | 12 August 2019

Carol Akiwumi is the new Chair of the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Committee at the Institute of Fundraising. She explains why, if you have a desire to help bring about much needed change, she wants you to join her on the Committee.

How can we influence when on the fringes of power?

How can we influence when on the fringes of power?

Guest Bloggers | 7 August 2019

Last month the Institute of Fundraising and charity brap, which aims to transform the way we think about equality, delivered the first Change Collective workshop. Mickella Lewis-Purvis, Programme Manager at Teenage Cancer Trust, who attended the workshop, explains what she got out of the experience.

An Activist? Me? My reflections ahead of a new EDI strategy

An Activist? Me? My reflections ahead of a new EDI strategy

Guest Bloggers | 28 June 2019

Sufina Ahmad reflects on her role as Chair of the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion panel while the #ChangeCollective prepares to launch their new strategy at Fundraising Convention 2019.

Who isn't in the room: More than percentages, policies and practices

Who isn't in the room: More than percentages, policies and practices

Lizzie Ellis | 5 June 2019

As we publish our research 'Who isn't in the room? Equality, diversity and inclusion in the fundraising profession', Lizzie Ellis, IoF Policy and Information Officer, has taken a look at what the research shows, and doesn’t show, about the fundraising profession.

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