This event is now over and took place on Thu 15 Oct 2015
In the wake of high profile media reports into charitable fundraising practices, we examine the recommendations of the reviews carried out by Sir Stuart Etherington and the Institute of Fundraising. This seminar will:
- consider high profile legal issues in relation to fundraising including sharing of personal data, consent for direct marketing, use of historical databases, reasonable persuasion, high volumes of requests and vulnerable supporters; and
- assess the legal and regulatory framework including data protection law, charity law and the Institute of Fundraising code and consider what changes may need to be made in practice in order to comply with the law in future.
There will also be a question and answer session for our panel of lawyers.
Why choose this course/seminar?
Attendees will get up-to-date advice on the crucial issues surrounding charitable fundraising and the legal implications of the new guidance to charities as well as potential upcoming changes to the law.
Who should attend?
Any charities who regularly seek donations from the public in order to further their charitable aims and are seeking to understand the rapid changes in the fundraising landscape
Bates Wells Braithwaite at 10 Queen Street Place, EC4R 1BE