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June Sarpong: 'It is really important for the charity sector to be diverse'

June Sarpong: 'It is really important for the charity sector to be diverse'

Guest Bloggers | 28 March 2019

Broadcaster June Sarpong explains why she thinks it is so important for fundraising, and the charity sector more widely, to be diverse.

‘Where is the diversity? Is this some kind of club?’

‘Where is the diversity? Is this some kind of club?’

Guest Bloggers | 20 March 2019

Joyce Fraser explains why the fundraising sector needs the #ChangeCollective, and how the National Fundraising Awards are an opportunity for an equal, diverse and inclusive range of individuals and organisations to receive recognition.

ActionAid’s cultural journey towards diversity and inclusion

ActionAid’s cultural journey towards diversity and inclusion

Guest Bloggers | 20 March 2019

ActionAid’s Chief Executive Girish Menon explains the work the charity is doing on becoming an organisation that has diversity and inclusion at the heart of its culture and is embedded in feminist principles.

‘We have failed to even address, let alone tackle, diversity’

‘We have failed to even address, let alone tackle, diversity’

Guest Bloggers | 14 March 2019

Harpreet Kondel is a Fundraising Specialist who sits on the Board of Fundraising Convention. She explains why she thinks the success of the #ChangeCollective will require a dramatic culture shift within the sector.

'We need to create a culture where everyone feels a sense of belonging'

'We need to create a culture where everyone feels a sense of belonging'

Guest Bloggers | 21 February 2019

Sam Butler, Director of Fundraising at Tibet Relief Fund, explains why he is involved with the #ChangeCollective and what he would like to see the movement achieve.

‘I was told that as a disabled person I was just lucky to have a job’

‘I was told that as a disabled person I was just lucky to have a job’

Guest Bloggers | 15 February 2019

Jonathan Levy explains why he thinks the fundraising sector needs the #ChangeCollective and why the movement matters so much to him.

Peter Lewis, Chief Executive, IoF

Our Manifesto for Change to build an inclusive profession

Peter Lewis | 19 November 2018

A reflection from Peter Lewis, Chief Executive of the Institute of Fundraising, on why supporting the fundraising community to become more equal, diverse and inclusive is one of the biggest challenges for the whole charity sector.

Women in Fundraising – it’s not up to you to make a change, it’s up to us

Women in Fundraising – it’s not up to you to make a change, it’s up to us

Guest Bloggers | 19 September 2018

I was both shocked and inspired by the debate when I convened a panel discussion about Women in Fundraising at this year’s Fundraising Convention.

Tea, cake and equality

Tea, cake and equality

Guest Bloggers | 6 August 2018

As a recent convert to the charity sector, I have been intrigued to observe the differences this sector brings in comparison to the commercial companies I have previously worked for – the abundance of cake, endless jargon and the inspirational can-do mentality from the people around me. However, one of the biggest surprises I’ve found is the predominance of women who work in this sector.

Diversity drives innovation

Diversity drives innovation

Guest Bloggers | 22 March 2018

For me, the topic of diversity and the broad range of under-represented groups in fundraising really strikes a chord. I’m proud to work for Scope, a charity that works incredibly hard to get disabled people into, and staying in, employment. I'm also proud to be on the board of the IoF Fundraising Convention where there will be a focus on how we can all make the sector more diverse.

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