Are children's charities too afraid now to ‘bite the hand that feeds'?

Lauren Higgs
Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Many children's charities rely on public funds, raising fears about their independence in defending the interests of service users in austere times. But plans are afoot for the voluntary sector to speak with a clearer voice

Charity partnerships such as the End Child Poverty campaign enable organisations to “put their heads above the parapet” and call for policy changes. Image: PA Photos
Charity partnerships such as the End Child Poverty campaign enable organisations to “put their heads above the parapet” and call for policy changes. Image: PA Photos

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