As Oxfam reels under the exposure of the behaviour of some of its staff in Haiti. I wondered how others felt about how charities should handle such things. Personally I think exposure, publicity and honesty about what is happening is the best policy. But I know that many charities choose to keep quiet about wrongdoing, allowing resignations rather than prosecuting. I understand that they are trying to protect their income from donations, but, there is always the danger that the truth will eventually come out. What do others think? And would you stop giving if there was wrongdoing?
Disappointed - present rejected
Lost its way - World Book Day
'Do' my feet - dream servant