Category Archives: Vanilla News
On 14th July 2011 Vanilla and Young Professionals in Human Rights hosted the first ever Plus One event. We all know people who we want other people to know. People we admire enormously for what they do and how they do … Continue reading
This week’s RADAR is Friday’s class clown, larking around with charity rankings, social investment, and Big Society.
This week, as RADAR is dragged kicking and screaming into the limelight, we take a look at a Digital Communications & Social Media convention, the fundraising success of the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation (GAVI), an American report with … Continue reading
Would Rowan Williams describe RADAR as ‘painfully stale’? Of course not! This week we’ve revel in the archbishop’s attack on the coalition, question whether news that charity numbers are decreasing is important, and sift through some philanthropy bits and pieces.
This week’s RADAR is a vulture, picking over the carcass of the week’s news looking for some tasty morsels.
Welcome back to RADAR, as your favourite weekly round up makes its much-anticipated return to your inboxes. This week, reaction to the government’s Giving and Volunteering White Paper, yet another Big Society re-launch, a pop up social enterprise, and an … Continue reading
The Clore Social Leadership Programme is now looking for its third cohort of Fellows, who will be recruited through an open application process. To be eligible, applicants must be working in or closely with the wider social sector and will … Continue reading
Today’s RADAR is bits and pieces. Two reports, one on Social Return on Investment and one on the effects of income equality on violent crime. Matthew Taylor on the ‘irredeemable anecdotalism’ of the Big Society, and a piece on how … Continue reading
This week’s RADAR is bursting at the seams. There’s a call for collaboration, an affirmation of the importance of ‘amateur’ community journalists, a shunned government initiative on alcohol, and a couple of pieces from the Big Society firmament.
We’re currently looking for an intern to support our Project Development Team in our Spitalfields office. The successful applicant will have excellent written and verbal communication skills, a good grasp of social media platforms, and be well organised and flexible. … Continue reading