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UK Government Response to Etherington Report
Article,  BriefCASE Article The UK government announced new recommendations earlier this month that would curb unethical fundraising.

Employees Lack Awareness of Whistleblower Policies
Article,  Advancement Weekly Article Organizations don’t do enough to encourage employee whistleblowers who could help uncover bad behavior, according to a new survey.

Leak-Proof Your Organization
Article,  Advancement Weekly Article To prevent unwanted and potentially damaging information leaks about their organizations, leaders should build trust and transparency among their staffs, says a management consultant.

Lessons for All Following Inquiry into UK University's Libyan Ties
Article,  BriefCASE Article The United Kingdom's former Lord Chief Justice released last month a report on the findings from an inquiry into links between the London School of Economics and Political Science and the regime of recently deposed Libyan dictator Muammar el Qaddafi. And though the focus of the investigation, including its recommendations for reform, concern but one British institution, the executive director of CASE Europe says there are lessons for those in higher education around the globe.

Students Negatively Affected by School Commercialism, Study Finds
Article,  BriefCASE Article Corporate sponsorships for K-12 schools may cover budget gaps but could have a negative effect on the students, according to a new study.

CASE Offers Perspectives on Ethical Decision-Making in Fundraising
Article CASE offers these perspectives and guidance to help fundraising professionals and their institutions respond to questions and ensure that their own operations reflect best practice. Institutions need to think carefully about whom they accept gifts from, and for what purpose.

Donors Demand More Accountability from Nonprofits, Survey Says
Article,  BriefCASE Article A global survey on the state of the nonprofit industry reveals that donors worldwide are demanding more accountability of nonprofits.

Importance of Ethics Rises Following Economic Downturn
Article,  BriefCASE Article An alumnus wants to make a donation of $30,000. Your “due diligence” reveals that he has made his money from the sale of erotica. Do you accept the gift? What if it were $3 million?

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