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BBC Radio 4 - Money Box, Gift Aid
When you give to charity do you tick the box that says please Gift Aid this donation? If you do then George Osborne kindly adds 25% to the gift. So if you give £100 it is worth £125 to the charity. This scheme costs more than £1 billion a year. But should we subsidise charities? One woman who thinks not is Lady Moyra Bannister. She wrote to the Times recently to argue that all gift aid should be scrapped. Paul Lewis asked her why. // >> individual chooses where his tax goes to. // companies also receive tax relief for investment // HMRC needs to close tax loopholes, for that needs some more staff to investigate dubious charities that are used as tax avoidance schemes.
Charity  public  investment  social  democracy  democracy  Non-Profit  tax  code  subsidies  subsidizing  tax  relief  Good  tax  avoidance  tax  evasion  HMRC  UK 
december 2015 by asterisk2a
Is there a danger to environmental jargon? - BBC News
[ confusing the public, as with diet ] The United Nations is promising a "universal climate change agreement" when leaders from almost 200 countries meet in Paris. But is the jargon used in environmental discussions actually putting people off the subject rather than enthusing them?
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november 2015 by asterisk2a
COP21 primer: A brief history of climate talks - BBC News
Inside Bonn climate change talks - bbc.in/1W8KaTh //&! COP21: Malawi's battle to hold on to forests - bbc.in/1Lywt4t //&! COP21: Why does Paris climate change conference matter? - bbc.in/1WrtGpl //&! Paris climate summit: Major oil producers back 'effective' deal - bbc.in/1MQtJRZ - define effective. as if they (aka money) has a they in this. the only people who should have a say in this, attending COP21 are millenials. - should make a video "COP21 run by Scottish Millenials." //&! UN: Climate plans must go further to prevent dangerous warming - bbc.in/21f4Qci //&! World must reach agreement over climate change, says Obama - bbc.in/1NOnWfy //&! Obama: Climate change is 'greatest threat' - bbc.in/21f56rN & bbc.in/1P7QgiX & bbc.in/1Ncd66I (obamas target: coal) //&! Can Obama persuade India to act on climate change? - bbc.in/1T2kfqp //&! Climate change: Poorest most vulnerable - bbc.in/1N774A3 - food price = national security - IPPC Report - bbc.in/1rYSZ0r & bbc.in/1gfw2ws //&!
COP21  climate  change  global  warming  Kyoto  COP15  mass  extinction  extreme  weather  weather  extreme  climate  crisis  economic  damage  National  Security  food  prices  China  India  air  pollution  public  health  IPCC  complexity  unknown  unkown  unintended  consequences  lobbyist  lobby  Lobbying  NGO  Non-Profit  courage  capitalism  crony  capitalism  Wall  Street  profit  maximisation  shareholder  value 
november 2015 by asterisk2a
Save the World, Turn a Profit - Bloomberg View
Building on these initiatives, Yunus Social Business -- Global Initiatives and the Rockefeller Foundation’s venture-philanthropy Zero Gap project have jointly developed a new tool: the social success note. This innovative financial instrument brings together the interests of commercial investors, social businesses and donors to achieve concrete and measurable social outcomes. In this arrangement, a private investor agrees to make a concessional loan or provide equity to a social business.
mainstreet.org  Wall  Street  shareholder  value  profit  maximisation  closetphile  corporate  values  corporate  culture  vision  mission  social  entrepreneurship  Non-Profit  fiduciary  responsibility  Legacy  Venture  Capital  Kickstarter  B-corporation  Etsy  tax  avoidance  tax  evasion  lobbyist  lobby  Lobbying  conglomerate  Big  Sugar  food  industry  Desert  pharmaceutical  industry  pharma  pharma  banking  crisis  investment  banking  retail  banking  bank  crisis  Tesla  Motors  exploitation  revolving  door 
september 2015 by asterisk2a
The Myth of Valley DoucheBaggery - John Battelle's Search Blog
But I think our industry culture is moving far faster than the writers at Silicon Valley might wish to believe. I think we’re seeing the rise of a new culture, one that rejects arrogance and the founder worship which breeds it. Inevitable outliers aside, the Valley and technology culture I experience every day in my work at NewCo is one of passion, sweat, earnestness, and good intentions. Sure, we all fuck up. And sure, the press (especially, not surprisingly, the press in New York) has a field day when someone does. But by and large, the teams making companies like Slack, LiveRamp, Medium, Earnest, MetroMile, Lyft, Okta, Pinterest, and hundreds more are damn fine people, and they are dedicating their lives to making something that creates positive change – a product or service that makes the world a better place (even if it’s in a small way). [...] When you’re facing existential threat, our tolerance for douchebaggery in the name of making more money at any cost, ....
Silicon  Valley  counter  culture  brogrammer  asshole  culture  asshole  game  Steve  Jobs  CEO  Leadership  corporate  culture  corporate  values  vision  mission  impact  Privileged  Establishment  Toff  wantrepreneur  Trust  Fund  Kid  Campus  Evan  Spiegel  Hype  Cycle  insular  cooperation  partnerships  Collaborative  collaboration  Open  Platform  Wall  Street  shared  economic  interest  profit  maximisation  shareholder  value  post-capitalism  crony  capitalism  Millennials  character  Travis  Kalanick  capitalism  exploitation  Apple  PR  spin  doctor  Amazon  Jeff  Bezos  corporate  social  responsibility  CSR  Salesforce  Marc  Benioff  social  entrepreneurship  Non-Profit  long-term  view  short-term  view  opportunist  Opportunism  Start-Up  advice  Start-Up  lesson 
september 2015 by asterisk2a
The Observer view on children’s mental health services | Observer editorial | Comment is free | The Guardian
Child mental health services have always been chronically underfunded, according to the chief medical officer, and they have been further cut by £50m in the last five years. There simply isn’t sufficient provision to help children in sometimes dire circumstances: only around a quarter of children with emotional disorders even get referred to specialist services. Combined with cuts to social services, this means schools in deprived areas are struggling to cope with children with serious emotional and behavioural problems, who may be experiencing abuse and neglect at home. [...] This is a shocking erosion of even the most basic safety net for children in serious need. The costs for children are devastating: often they will end up dropping out of school, unable to cope. Some will end up in the criminal justice system: 95% of youth offenders have mental health issues. And the long-term cost of this social failure to the state will also be enormous. / &! bit.ly/1KpiZ0N
CAMHS  NHS  austerity  mental  health  mental  illness  Tories  Conservative  Party  Privileged  deprivation  Establishment  Toff  Public  Services  Social  Services  child  tax  credit  working  tax  credit  tax  credit  working  poor  child  poverty  budget2015  precarious  work  Zero  Hour  Contract  Contractor  fairness  Generationengerechtigkeit  lost  generation  lost  decade  youth  unemployment  bank  bailout  neoliberalism  neoliberal  welfare  state  safety  net  Gini  coefficient  mobility  income  mobility  downward  mobility  vulnerable  Disabled  Non-Profit  UK 
september 2015 by asterisk2a
Mark Surman: Non Profits in the Digital Age
The heart of social change is collaboration around a common goal, which the shift to the connected age offers in spades. The Mozilla Foundation's Mark Surman sits down with Steve Paikin to discuss applying open source principles to philanthropy and Mozilla's initiative to boost global web literacy. // Internet. You don't need permission. (book by alexis ohanian, without their permission) // is there more trolling, bullying and hate? or is it because it's so much easier to surface and less friction and non-facing confrontation. // Internet = more agency. not just consuming. linear programming. // digital literacy! resources for teachers! >> digital-literacy.org !? //
Mozilla  Non-Profit  Mozilla  Foundation  Firefox  Thunderbird  Open  Source  education  policy  Year  of  Code  STEM  democracy  Internet  gate  keeper  Silicon  Valley  Creative  Commons  Politics  destruction  Wikipedia  crowd  sourcing  wisdom-of-the-crowd  crowdsourcing  Clay  Shirky  Mark  Surman  Mechanical  Turk  cognitive  surplus  Middle  Class  ProAm  leisure  time  discretionary  free  time  discretionary  spending  disposable  income  Software  Is  Eating  The  World  SAAS  PAAS  business  model  civic  society  civic  life  civic  good  Charity  digital  literacy 
july 2015 by asterisk2a
News Roundtable: [...] deconstructing employment - YouTube
min 34 + https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=8406358 "The article doesn't really examine productivity, it is examining wages." - Digital revolution has yet to fulfil its promise of productivity and better jobs (economist.com) +!+ http://www.reddit.com/r/Futurology/comments/2i5nse/the_economist_labour_is_steadily_losing_out_to/ - http://www.economist.com/news/special-report/21621160-labour-steadily-losing-out-capital-those-have-shall-be-given 'It's The Economist making a case for wealth redistribution!' +!+ How computers threaten the jobs of mid-skilled workers (economist.com) - youtu.be/PR8OkkfvnT8 'few benefiters + we need substantial skill upgrading and change in education policy' +!+ Is A.I. the problem or the solution? youtu.be/lge-dl2JUAM - Automation, Robotics, mid-skilled jobs, routine jobs, lessons from Industrial Revolution, need investment in practical skills for the future, infrastructure investment, education policy, Universal Basic Income - so that no one is left behind
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october 2014 by asterisk2a
Mediziner Dietrich Grönemeyer | NDR Talk Show | NDR - YouTube
Die 2007 ins Leben gerufene Stiftung von Dietrich Grönemeyer setzt sich für Gesundheitsunterricht an Schulen ein und bildet Schüler zu Gesundheitsbotschaftern aus. //
Vegan  omnivore  Germany  public  health  policy  public  health  Non-Profit  Aufklärung 
september 2014 by asterisk2a
BBC News - The tax return evidence that 'shocked' George Osborne
... Inland Revenue should also have details about said Charities, whether or not it's legitimate and or there are any connections to said Charity ie relatives or friends benefiting from a Donation.
tax  avoidance  tax  evasion  Non-Profit  Charity  transparency  oversight  UK  fairness  Gerechtigkeit  society  culture 
september 2014 by asterisk2a
Syrische Flüchtlinge: Sie werden weitgehend auf sich gestellt - SPIEGEL ONLINE
wieso kann man nicht eine syrische familie adoptieren, und persoehnlich helfen? wieso macht das keiner? hyper local web app for adoption program. ... >>> Martha Nussbaum: "To be a good human being is to have a kind of openness to the world, an ability to trust uncertain things beyond your own control." ( http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2014/03/14/martha-nussbaum-bill-moyers-world-of-ideas/ ) || + a sprinkle of fear and illinformed/educated about other forms of Religion than Christianity - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_anti-cultural,_anti-national,_and_anti-ethnic_terms#Anti-religious_terms || Deutsche gesellschaft ist nicht so weltoffen wie es sich gerne gibt. Bloss nicht vor meiner hausstuer. +++ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHO9-Ol3rEw
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june 2014 by asterisk2a
HOW TO MAXIMIZE PRIDE
HOW TO MAXIMIZE PRIDE -- Modern thought and social science are grounded in the objective of maximizing "happiness", "utility", "utility of wealth", "pleasure", "experiences instead of possessions" or similar matters that are both selfish and over which you have little control. They turned out to be both mathematically and morally clumsy. Switch your objective to maximize "pride" and see how different --and more controllable -- things become.
Sportsmanship  lifehacker  happieness  moral  anti-doping  society  ethics  lifehacks  western  lifestyle  social  science  lifelesson  consumer  doping  Pride  work  life  balance  non-profit  psychology  lifestyle  wealth  life  lesson  consumerist  morality  culture 
february 2013 by asterisk2a
Recession Turns College Graduates to Public Service Jobs - NYTimes.com
more young people considered public service. Exactly how big that shift was is now becoming clear: In 2009 alone, 16 percent more young college graduates worked for the federal government than in the previous year and 11 percent more for nonprofit groups, according to an analysis by The New York Times of data from the American Community Survey of the United States Census Bureau. A smaller Labor Department survey showed that the share of educated young people in these jobs continued to rise last year.
“It’s not uncommon for me to hear of over 100 applications for a nonprofit position, sometimes many more than that, and many more Ivy League college graduates applying than before,” said Diana Aviv, chief executive of Independent Sector, a trade group for nonprofits. “Some of these people haven’t been employed for a while and are happy to have something. But once they’re there, they’ve recalibrated and reoriented themselves toward public service.”
unemployment  USA  2011  unintended  consequences  public  sector  non-profit  greatrecession  recession  recovery  millennials  generationy 
march 2011 by asterisk2a
Recession Turns College Graduates to Public Service Jobs - NYTimes.com
more young people considered public service. Exactly how big that shift was is now becoming clear: In 2009 alone, 16 percent more young college graduates worked for the federal government than in the previous year and 11 percent more for nonprofit groups, according to an analysis by The New York Times of data from the American Community Survey of the United States Census Bureau. A smaller Labor Department survey showed that the share of educated young people in these jobs continued to rise last year.
“It’s not uncommon for me to hear of over 100 applications for a nonprofit position, sometimes many more than that, and many more Ivy League college graduates applying than before,” said Diana Aviv, chief executive of Independent Sector, a trade group for nonprofits. “Some of these people haven’t been employed for a while and are happy to have something. But once they’re there, they’ve recalibrated and reoriented themselves toward public service.”
unemployment  USA  2011  unintended  consequences  public  sector  non-profit  greatrecession  recession  recovery 
march 2011 by asterisk2a
The Media Equation - What Would It Take to Support a Newsroom? - NYTimes.com
“Fewer journalists are reporting less news in fewer pages, and the hegemony that near-monopoly metropolitan newspapers enjoyed during the last third of the 20th century, even as their primary audience eroded, is ending.”

In other words, the current advertising model won’t continue to support so-called accountability journalism.
“And the Internet philosophers who suggest that individuals posting on the Web are going to replace what newsrooms have been doing are not being realistic. We have to find new ways to maintain professional news-gathering capacity.”
“The money is there, but a lot of it gets sunk into facilities and programming to drive membership, and it needs to be reallocated to reflect the need for local coverage,” Mr. Downie said. “And it has to be mandated because this is a time of crisis and we can’t just depend on good intentions.”
journalism  advertising  change  business  model  payment  micropayment  report  non-profit 
october 2009 by asterisk2a
Op-Ed Contributor - News You Can Endow - NYTimes.com
Today, we are dangerously close to having a government without newspapers. American newspapers shoulder the burden of considerable indebtedness with little cash on hand, as their profit margins have diminished or disappeared. Readers turn increasingly to the Internet for information — even though the Internet has the potential to be, in the words of the chief executive of Google, Eric Schmidt, “a cesspool” of false information. If Jefferson was right that a well-informed citizenry is the foundation of our democracy, then newspapers must be saved.

Although the problems that the newspaper industry faces are well known, no one has offered a satisfactory solution. But there is an option that might not only save newspapers but also make them stronger: Turn them into nonprofit, endowed institutions — like colleges and universities. Endowments would enhance newspapers’ autonomy while shielding them from the economic forces that are now tearing them down.
non-profit  journalism  newspapers  economics  business  model  businessmodel  payment  payments  micropayment  davidswensen  micropayments 
october 2009 by asterisk2a
Rescuing The Reporters « Clay Shirky
TURNING Newspapers/metros/ etc into non-profits - is inevitably connected to streamlining/right sizing them.
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For people who see newspapers as whole institutions that need to be saved, their size (and not the just the dozens and dozens of people on the masthead, but everyone in business and operations as well) makes ideas like Coll’s seems like non-starters — we’re talking about a total workforce in the hundreds, so non-profit conversion seems crazy.

Seen in that light, what’s needed for a non-profit news plan to work isn’t an institutional conversion, it’s a rescue operation. There are dozen or so reporters and editors in Columbia, Missouri, whose daily and public work is critical to the orderly functioning of that town, and those people are trapped inside a burning business model. With that framing of the problem, the question is how to get them out safely, and if that’s the question, Coll’s idea starts to look awfully good.
journalism  non-profit  newspapers  newspaper  business  businessmodel  model 
october 2009 by asterisk2a
Nonprofit Newspapers: Think Tank : The New Yorker
Nonprofit Newspapers

In the foreseeable future, it seems, there will be two kinds of nonprofit newspapers—those which are deliberately so and those which are reluctantly so. Ever since I left the Washington Post, in 2005—after twenty years there that included a stint in management—and particularly since I joined the nonprofit world at the New America Foundation and started learning about the management and fund-raising issues at tax-exempt organizations, I have been mulling over this idea: that only by turning the Post into a nonprofit trust and raising a university-size endowment to support the newsroom could the paper retain the vitality it requires to serve as a successful watchdog over our constitutional system. Now David Swensen, the chief investment officer at Yale, and Michael Schmidt, a financial analyst, have come forward with a similar argument.
journalism  newspapers  nonprofit  non-profit  newspaper  business  model  businessmodel  economy  finance  payment  payments  micropayment  micropayments 
october 2009 by asterisk2a
MediaShift Idea Lab . Non-Profit News Becomes the Flavor of the Month | PBS
There were a lot of interesting thoughts on things news organizations could be doing more efficiently or effectively to increase traffic, engagement, and advertising revenue. But, frankly, there wasn't much that sounded revolutionary or that would move the needle.

There are enough emerging or current non-profit experiments that over the next couple of years we should have a pretty good sense of whether or not this model is relevant and sustainable.

The problem is that if the non-profit model catches on too much, then what little money that exists to support these organizations will be stretched too thin. "One girl selling girl scout cookies is cute," Weiss said. "Two are okay. Three or more is just annoying."
journalism  business  model  blogging  blogosphere  advertisisng  payments  non-profit 
october 2009 by asterisk2a

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