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Useful Links

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ACEVO

ACEVO is the Charity Leaders Network. As the Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations, ACEVO provides support and representation for members ranging from leaders of small community based organisations to those of the nation’s best known charity brands. ACEVO members are entitled to a membership discount for the Leading Governance website. Simply enter your ACEVO membership number when registering.

DIY Committee Guide

For charities in Northern Ireland

Corporate Governance Guidance and Principles for Unlisted Companies in the UK

IoD and ecoDa guidance on corporate governance for shareholders, directors and stakeholders of unlisted companies

Good Governance. A Code for the Voluntary and Community Sector. 

Written specifically for the community and voluntary sectors

The Essential Trustee: What you need to know, what you need to do

Excellent guidance for charities in England and Wales

The Good Governance Standard for Public Services

A link to the 2004 Good Governance Standard for Public Services by the Independent Commission on Good Governance in Public Services

The UK Corporate Governance Code

The UK Corporate Governance Code – Financial Reporting Council

The Nolan Principles

The Seven Principles of Public Life – set out by the UK Government

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