Safeguarding and preventing abuse of vulnerable and other individuals by charities

January 02, 2019 | By: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) Mark Blumberg
Topics: Canadian Charity Law

The Charity Commission of England and Wales has significant material to help charities understand the importance of putting in place systems and implementing them to safeguard charity beneficiaries, as well as staff and volunteers.   Sometimes the issue is framed in terms of "vulnerable" beneficiaries such as children or the elderly but similar principals apply to employees, volunteers, suppliers etc.  The issue has been covered recently in the media and for Canadian charities, there is little guidance on the topic from the CRA.

Strategy for dealing with safeguarding issues in charities.  

Safeguarding children and young people.  

These document gives directors and staff of charities lots to think about in preventing abuse.

Do you require legal advice with respect to Canadian or Ontario non-profits or charities?

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