SBH at European Greens Confernece 2015 flickr
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Interview with Stephen Heintz, CEO of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund

3 May 2016
Charles Keidan

interview 5 April 2016 For Subscribers

Interview: Cliff Prior

Children earn a living by transporting goods inside the Zaatari Refugee Camp, Jordan. 
Credit: Mohamed Azakir - World Bank
feature 15 March 2016

The Syrian crisis: a challenge for philanthropy

opinion 11 March 2016 For Subscribers

Time for philanthropy to master digital data

Credit: IMTFI
feature 11 March 2016 For Subscribers

Diaspora philanthropy: turning migrants into philanthropists

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New report on challenging the Closing Space for Civil Society

6 May 2016
Alliance magazine

IHRFG, together with their partners at Ariadne and the European Foundation Center, has launched Challenging the Closing Space for Civil Society, a starting point for funders to work together to …

Inviting nominations for the 2016 Olga Alexeeva Memorial Prize

5 May 2016
Alliance magazine

The 2016 Olga Alexeeva Memorial Prize will be awarded to an individual who has demonstrated remarkable leadership, creativity and results in developing philanthropy for progressive social change in an emerging …

Preventing fraud in charities through better internal controls

5 May 2016
Jonathan Orchard

A report in 2014 from the Centre for Counter Fraud Studies concluded that the charity sector was no more or less exposed to fraud loss than any other sector. They estimated …

CAPTION: Several migrants aboard the Beast. CREDIT: Sanjuana Martinez.

Mexico: migration crisis worsens, philanthropic help decreases

feature Susana Seijas 11 March 2016

‘The situation faced by foundations and migrant rights organizations responding to the migration crisis is overwhelming,’ says Lourdes Sanz of the Mexican Center for Philanthropy (Cemefi), ‘yet international non-profits, regional …

China has seen recent massive internal migration to urban centers in search of economic opportunity. Here construction workers from the countryside labour in front of Guangzhou’s glittering skyline.

Migration – the oldest and still best tool in the anti-poverty arsenal

feature 1 Timothy Ogden 11 March 2016

The case for migration as an effective tool to combat poverty is more than 100,000 years old – and has yet to be contradicted. Migration is what early human hunter-gatherers …


Mixed reviews for Zuckerberg and Chan

article Alliance magazine 19 January 2016

‘Your life should be dramatically better than ours today. We will do our part to make this happen, not only because we love you, but also because we have a …