BOND: Is there a better response to our public support crisis?

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Release date: 11/6/2018

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It hasn't been a great year for aid charities so far. Public outcry about abuse and unethical behaviour in the high profile examples of Oxfam and Save the Children has been inflamed by opportunists, who have tapped into a constituency of popular disdain for the aid industry, and a certain resentment towards the holier-than-thou language and attitudes of the charity world. 

Media contributions

TitleIs there a better response to our public support crisis?
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletBOND
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date11/06/18
DescriptionIt hasn't been a great year for aid charities so far. Public outcry about abuse and unethical behaviour in the high profile examples of Oxfam and Save the Children has been inflamed by opportunists, who have tapped into a constituency of popular disdain for the aid industry, and a certain resentment towards the holier-than-thou language and attitudes of the charity world.
Producer/AuthorPablo Yanguas
URLhttps://www.bond.org.uk/news/2018/06/is-there-a-better-response-to-our-public-support-crisis
PersonsPablo Yanguas Gil