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Gone Phishing: charities and cyber-crime
A disturbing new report reveals the vulnerability of charities and small businesses in Northern Ireland to cyber-crime.
Stormont’s budget process and its vision for Northern Ireland are out of sync
Northern Ireland is strapped for cash. Using money well is essential for government. According to a recent NIAO report, that is not happening.
The RQIA: what went wrong
Last June, during the most severe health crisis we have ever faced, the board of the Northern Ireland’s health and social care regulator, the RQIA resigned en masse.
What we don't know about going digital
Third and public sector bodies are rightly proud of how they responded to the pandemic, switching so many services from face-to-face to digital.
Bringing wellbeing to Northern Ireland
New research from the Carnegie Trust has laid out a path for Northern Ireland to become a place that puts the genuine needs and wants of its people first.
Why charity boards must not go AWOL during pandemic
Governance Specialist Eileen Mullan says she is alarmed to discover that some charity boards in Northern Ireland have stopped functioning during the pandemic.
The boardroom revolution is underway
Boards in Northern Ireland are dominated by middle aged and older people. Most of them are middle class men from a managerial background.
Charities: when things go wrong
Charities are under intense scrutiny after a series of media firestorms which have undermined public trust and confidence not just in the organisations concerned but the entire sector.
Kids Company. It couldn't happen here. Could it?
The Insolvency Service is seeking to ban the former trustees of Kids Company from holding directorships for up to six years. It couldn’t happen here. Could it?