New rules that disqualify people from being senior managers or trustees of charities if they have committed certain offences, will come into force on 1 August.
In an article published in Third Sector, Christopher Stacey comments on how Unlock, along with the criminal justice charities Clinks and the Prison Reform Trust, wrote to the Charity Commission in May to raise concerns about the implementation of the changes and the delays in processing waiver applications. The delays, however, continue.
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