Threat to independence? – TELTJ 155, April 2014
1st Apr 2014
In the first of two articles David Schmitz examines whether gagging clauses are enforceable against charities.
The recent and growing trend of governments to hire voluntary organisations such as charities to carry out work previously done by governments has led to concerns that this could lead to a loss of the independence of charities or, at least, to a stilling of their independent voices.
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David Schmitz Call 1976 & Accredited Mediator