San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
WHAT MAKES CHARITY DIFFERENT? Charities are part of the fabric of everyday life, whether they are a local village hall or a major medical research charity with an income in the hundreds of millions, they are all subject to a remarkable combination of statute and common law. This interactive multiple choice quiz explores the origins of English and Welsh charities, how Parliament has developed the statute law that governs them and what the difference is that makes an organisation a charity. The answers may surprise you. The Charity Law Quiz is hosted by Cabinet Office's Government Innovation Group,which develops new approaches to tackle social problems in order that public services can deliver better with less. You will need to provide identification at the door to gain access to this event.
When & Where
This event is part of Cabinet Office's History Week, organised by the Knowledge and Information Management Unit.