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Krystian Seibert

Analysis Krystian Seibert 20 November 2018 For Subscribers

Foundation transparency – how far should we go?

Foundation transparency – how far should we go? Earlier this year, a call from New Philanthropy Capital for foundations to be more transparent sparked some lively debate. NPC’s proposal, contained in its response to a …

Analysis Krystian Seibert 12 December 2017

Walk with us, not over us: how to build philanthropy’s social license

Melbourne, Australia Australian philanthropy’s work alongside indigenous people can serve as an example of respectful relationships. At its best, philanthropy challenges the prevailing culture and expectations in societies around the world. When so much of …

Opinion Krystian Seibert 30 May 2017 For Subscribers

Foundations have no need to fear minimum payouts

I have observed with interest the debate playing out in Alliance magazine on whether UK foundations should have a minimum payout. The debate is an important one because it relates directly to the legitimacy of …

Opinion Krystian Seibert 10 April 2017

Payouts ensure philanthropy is not MIA

As an Australian observer, I have watched with interest the debate playing out in Alliance Magazine on whether UK foundations should have a minimum payout. The debate about minimum payouts for foundations is an important one …