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The Hub København - Social Capital Markets The Hub Amsterdam The Institute of Fundraising (IOF) aims to be “an influential voice for fundraisers and to be an expert policy lead on fundraising and wider giving”, its website tells us, adding: “Our policy team works to deliver a strong representative voice on behalf of our members that influences and effects change for the fundraising profession wherever it is needed.” I am not a member, so mine is a suitably modest proposal for a policy change that the IOF might advocate: that charities stop exploiting young people by refusing to pay their interns. In short, it will continue as long as the third sector convinces itself that its core principle of voluntarism can be fairly applied to what are in reality jobs. The IOF says it is “the largest individual representative body in the voluntary sector with over 5,300 individual members and 340 organisational members”. By Brendan Martin at Publicworld.org

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