A day in the life of… Lord Victor Adebowale
Lord Victor Adebowale
01, Jun, 2012 @9:47 AM
Commissioning must take communities into account
Care must be commissioned wisely and should reach out to communities through co-production, says Lord Victor Adebowale
07, Dec, 2011 @9:58 AM
Charity chiefs urged to make their voices heard
Charities can still have a campaigning voice even if they are dependent on the government for the majority of their funding, Lord Victor Adebowale, the chief executive of the charity Turning Point, has said.
03, Mar, 2005 @3:46 PM
Pledge on choice for tenants
Lord Victor Adebowale, the man appointed to monitor a new way of allocating social housing, today pledged to ensure that giving people more choice about where they live will not create racially divided communities.
12, Oct, 2004 @3:58 PM
Lord of the manor
Despite Blair's rhetoric, Labour still doesn't take the voluntary sector seriously as a provider of public services, Lord Victor Adebowale tells Alison Benjamin.
29, Sep, 2004 @1:13 AM
'Don't call me Red Adair'
Charity chief executive Victor Adebowale explains how he plans to kick start a stalled regeneration project - but don't label him a troubleshooter.
14, Aug, 2002 @12:55 AM
Name: Lord Victor Adebowale
Job title: chief executive, Turning Point
Profile: Lord Adebowale joined the drugs, alcohol and mental health charity Turning Point as chief executive in September after spending most of his career in the housing field, including five years as chief executive of homelessness charity Centrepoint. He was made a people's peer in April.
19, Dec, 2001 @4:47 PM
Point to point
Profile Victor Adebowale, leaving homelessness to tackle addiction
11, Apr, 2001 @2:20 AM
Turning Point sees Centrepoint chief move on
One of the UK charity sector's highest profile chief executives, Victor Adebowale, has announced his departure from homelessness charity Centrepoint. He will become chief executive of Turning Point, the drug and alcohol charity. Nicola Hill reports.
05, Apr, 2001 @8:44 AM
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