What does the Charity Commission’s research into public expectations actually show?

Thursday, January 09, 2020 1:46 PM | Farah Mendlesohn (Administrator)

JANUARY 8, 2020 / ANDREWPURKIS

The Charity Commission’s board has appointed itself ‘representatives of the public’ – but the members are hardly representative of modern Britain. The Chair, a former Conservative Leader of the House of Lords, repeatedly leans on commissioned research carried out by Populus about public trust in charities to bolster her argument about the Commission’s role. Yet her sweeping generalisations about what “the public” (as if it were a  monolith) expects of “charities” (as if they were not endlessly diverse) have become detached from the reality of this relatively thin research base.

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