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Henry Peter

Conference reports Henry Peter 24 May 2022

The European Academy of Strategic Philanthropy: A journey towards the European philanthropy of tomorrow

A few weeks ago, Fondation de France and the Centre for Philanthropy of the University of Geneva (GCP) hosted a unique event gathering leading European foundations and academics to reflect on current and future perspectives …

Opinion Giedre Lideikyte Huber and Henry Peter 26 February 2022

The Routledge Handbook of Taxation and Philanthropy

Taxation of philanthropy is a heterogeneous topic that extends to multiple scientific disciplines. For academics and practitioners working in philanthropy, it is not uncommon to turn to branches such as philosophy, law, sociology, and economics …

Opinion Sémia Bey and Henry Peter 13 September 2021

Corporations as new philanthropists

Philanthropy is evolving, with corporations playing a growing role among the more traditional players in the sector. Can it be said that they are new philanthropists? Why and what does that mean? As new actors …

Opinion Pascal Saint-Amans and Henry Peter 2 December 2020

Tax support for philanthropy: Striking the right balance

Philanthropy plays an important role in most countries in mobilising private support for the public good. The work of philanthropic organisations is especially evident in moments of hardship and crisis, such as natural disasters, national …