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Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee
Report published, awaiting a Government response.
The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee (PACAC) finds it is the failure of Trustees to fulfil their responsibilities which lies behind the causes of last summer’s charity fundraising scandals.
Evidence given by Mark Goldring, Oxfam, Peter Wanless, NSPCC, Justin Forsyth, Save the Children, and David Canavan, RSPCA; Alistair McLean and Andrew Hind, Fundraising Standards Board, Paul Stallard and Peter Hills-Jones, Public Fundraising Regulatory Association, and Peter Lewis and Richard Taylor, Institute of Fundraising (at 10.40am).
Evidence given by Sir Stuart Etherington, Chief Executive of the NCVO and Chair of the Review of Fundraising Self-Regulation; Rob Wilson MP, Minister for Civil Society, William Shawcross, Chairman, and Michelle Russell, Director of Investigations, Monitoring and Enforcement, Charity Commission (at 10.40am).
Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee publish 2015 charity fundraising controversy report