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Interview – Rhodri Davies, Charities Aid Foundation

28 June 2016
Charles Keidan

Divest Harvard encircles Harvard Yard during Harvard Heat Week in April 2015.
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Supporting today’s young climate leaders

Wives at a hearing for their husbands in October 2015. All three husbands were political prisoners related to the hydroelectric dam, Hidro Santa Cruz in Santa Cruz Barillas, Huehuetenango, Guatemala.
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Climate justice must include indigenous peoples

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Global food system absent from Paris Agreement

JHMPI's 4th annual Summer Institute takes place 16-19 August 2016. See www.hopkinsmedicine.org/philanthropy_institute
opinion 7 June 2016 For Subscribers

The grateful patient as philanthropist


Latest issue: June 2016

Climate philanthropy after Paris

Guest Editors: Nnimmo Bassey and Terry Odendahl

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Travel grants avaialbe to attend the Global Summit on Community Philanthropy

30 June 2016
Alliance magazine

Thanks to a number of the Summit’s supporters, including the Aga Khan Development Network, Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, Ford Foundation, Open Society Initiative for Europe and Rockefeller Brothers Fund, funds have been …

Brexit and the role of foundations – first thoughts

30 June 2016
David Emerson

There will be no shortage of comment about the implications of last week’s referendum, for UK civil society and beyond. Necessarily, much will be speculative, but there remains a need …

Brexit: A lesson on power for the philanthropic state

28 June 2016
Jake Hayman

The vote this week from the UK to leave the EU has stunned people around the world, leaving the world’s press and much of the UK itself, baffled. Why on …


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What do Europeans think of British philanthropy?

opinion Alliance magazine 14 June 2016

On 23 June 2016, the UK holds a referendum on whether to remain in or leave the European Union (EU). As highlighted in Alliance Extra, the vote is on the …

Caption: Flooded road on the island of Reichenau in Lake Constance, Germany, during the flooding of June 1999.

Climate philanthropy after Paris: the time is now

feature Michael Northrop 7 June 2016

The December 2015 Paris Agreement, and the thousands of commitments it catalysed, is the first truly meaningful global response to the climate crisis. Together, the commitments made at Paris by …

38 climate parade amsterdam - credit  Rens Spanjaard

Climate justice: the spectre at the Paris feast

feature Nnimmo Bassey and Terry Odendahl 7 June 2016

Michael Donoghue writes in this issue that Pacific Islanders are responsible for only a tiny fraction of GHG emissions, yet they are suffering the worst effects of global warming. This …