Mr Cameron, charities can counter extremism – but we need more money
October 22, 2015 | Nick Taylor
Source: The Guardian
Published 22nd October 2015 09:37
In this opinion editorial, the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace, Chief Exceutive calls upon the Government to make available long-term sustainable funding….”The government is investing a reported £5m in charities that promote peace, like the one I run, as part of its new bill to confront extremism. But is it enough and should this be a charity’s job?…(read more)”
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