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Interview – Rien van Gendt

2 February 2016
Charles Keidan

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Mixed reviews for Zuckerberg and Chan

Dasra Girl Alliance has built momentum around the issue of empowering adolescent girls in India.
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Audacity, adaptability key to SDG partnerships

Credit Kyle May.
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Case study – Addressing inequality amid plenty: the SDGs and the United States

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Case study – Give communities ownership of SDGs

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2016 Olga Alexeeva Memorial Prize launched today

11 February 2016
Alliance magazine

Alliance magazine is pleased to announce the launch of the fourth Olga Alexeeva Memorial Prize. The annual prize was established in memory of Olga Alexeeva, founder of Philanthropy Bridge Foundation …

Alliance is recruiting a new Executive Editor

5 February 2016
Alliance magazine

The Board of Alliance Publishing Trust (APT), based in London, is looking for a dedicated and inspiring Executive Editor of Alliance magazine. Alliance focuses on the roles, impact and potential …

International giving analysis finds no significant link between a number of taxation measures and the amount people donate to charity

3 February 2016
Alliance magazine

Government spending and overall tax burden appear to bear no significant correlation to how much money people in a country give to charity, according to new international data analysis by …

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Make watered‑down 
SDGs work

feature Ana Abelenda 1 December 2015

There is cause for celebrating commitments made for women and girls by UN heads of state in adopting the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, as well as a sense of …


Why the SDGs matter

feature Heather Grady, Bhekinkosi Moyo and Sevdalina Rukanova 1 December 2015

One of the most important shifts in international cooperation of the last 50 years will take place in January, as the 15-year-old Millennium Development Goals campaign comes to an end …

The Charles Léopold Mayer Foundation for the Progress of Humankind (FPH) found it had investments in controversial names such as Walmart Stores Inc. – the target of an unsuccessful 2007 gender discrimination suit. Credit: RCB

The long march towards responsible money

feature Matthieu Calame 1 December 2015

The majority of philanthropy institutions fulfil the SDGs through their grants. What about the rest of their metabolism? What is the global impact of PIs? If you consider a single …