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In light of #nomakeupselfie, Javier Burón, chief executive of SocialBro, explains how charities can use social media to galvanise people into action.

 
Jane Bruce is 100% genuine and accepting no imitations following her first Clore Social Leadership residential

 
Ian Todd of People Scotland provides hints and tips for charities aiming to transform their business model

 
In the second in a series of articles about her journey as a Clore Social fellow, Jane Bruce describes her first residential experience.

 
One in ten charities reported fraud last year. Campbell McLundie of Scott-Moncrieff says charities need to be more diligent

 
Dan Corry from New Philanthropy Capital sees public attitudes to charities improving but organisations still need to work together

 
Charlotte Bray believes change is as good as a rest in the charity world

 
Peter Scott, chief executive of Enable Scotland, writes about taking part in a debate at the Gathering with Alistair Darling.

 
Michelle McCrindle, chief executive of Food Train, spoke at the Gathering, following Alex Salmond's speech on the third sector in an independent Scotland.

 
Jane Bruce quit her job as director of Venture Scotland to become a Clore Social Leadership fellow. Her TFN blog follows her through the highs and lows.