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Book Title: The Icsa Charity Trustees' Guide|
The author of the book: Chris Priestley
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Edition: ICSA Publishing Ltd
Date of issue: November 28th 2008
ISBN 13: 9781860724053
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Charity trustees have wide-ranging legal responsibilities and carry overall accountability for their charity. It is essential that they are prepared and equipped with the appropriate information to fulfil this demanding role. Written in a clear no-nonsense style, "The ICSA Charity Trustee's Guide" provides quick and easy access to essential information on regulation and best practice in, for example, trustee recruitment and responsibilities, governance, board structure and functions, financial issues (including fundraising) and trustee-staff relations. Sources of further help and advice such as the relevant press and websites are listed in a comprehensive Directory section.The key features are: clear explanation of regulation and best practice; written for trustees and staff of small and medium groups; comprehensive and up to date; highly practical, this handy guide will enable readers to cope with most common situations; and useful tips and real world examples, sample documents that can be adapted for use in your own organisation, and summary checklists are included throughout. Proposals put forward in the Strategy Unit's Private Action, Public Benefit report are highlighted where relevant so that readers are aware of the potential changes. This title will be invaluable for newly appointed trustees as well as an excellent quick reference for those with more experience and senior staff.
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Read information about the authorHis father was in the army and so he moved around a lot as a child and lived in Wales. He was an avid reader of American comics as a child, and when he was eight or nine, and living in Gibraltar, he won a prize in a newspaper story-writing competition. He decided then “that my ambition was to write and illustrate my own book”.
He spent his teens in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, before moving to Manchester, London and then Norfolk. He now lives in Cambridge with his wife and son where he writes, draws, paints, dreams and doodles (not necessarily in that order). Chris worked as an illustrator and cartoonist for twenty years, working mainly for magazines & newspapers (these include The Times, The Guardian, The Independent, The Economist and the Wall Street Journal) before becoming a writer. He currently has a weekly strip cartoon called 'Payne's Grey' in the New Statesman.
Chris has been a published author since 2000. He has written several books for children & young-adults, both fiction and non-fiction, and
has been nominated for many awards including the Edgar Awards, the UKLA Children's Book Award and the Carnegie Medal. In recent years he has predominantly been writing horror.
Ever since he was a teenager Chris has loved unsettling and creepy stories, with fond memories of buying comics like 'Strange Tales' and 'House of Mystery', watching classic BBC TV adaptations of M R James ghost stories every Christmas and reading assorted weirdness by everyone from Edgar Allen Poe to Ray Bradbury. He hopes Uncle Montague's Tales of Terror will haunt his readers in the way those writers have haunted him.
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