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Luminate provides $4 million funding to Global Witness to help uncover corruption

Alliance magazine 13 April 2019

Luminate announced $4 million of funding to Global Witness, to help its work investigating major abuses related to natural resources, spurring regulatory and normative changes, and empowering groups to hold companies and governments to account, …


Turning thoughts and prayers into action: religious pluralism in the era of hate

Shaheen Kassim-Lakha 9 April 2019

A recent New York Times headline following the March 15 mass shooting at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, poses the question, ‘As Details Emerge on Gunman, New Zealand Asks What It Could Have Done …


New report estimates the current size of impact investing market at $502 billion

Alliance magazine 7 April 2019

Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN) released its Sizing the Impact Investing Market report, an in-depth analysis of the current size and composition of the impact investing market. The GIIN estimates the current size of the global impact …

Incentivising truth and democracy: UK and Canadian developments in public interest journalism

Alana Petraske and Daniel Frajman 4 April 2019

In contrast to the US, where news organizations can enjoy the benefits of tax-exempt status, philanthropic funding for journalism remains restricted in both Canada and the UK. However, recent developments reflect a parallel interest in …

Ariadne publish 2019 forecast for European social change and human rights funders

Alliance magazine 3 April 2019

Ariadne Netowrk have published the 2019 Forecast for European Social Change and Human Rights Funders which profiles how social change, human rights and philanthropy has changed over the past five years. The Ariadne Forecast is a community …

Impetus chosen to deliver £200 million Youth Endowment Fund to tackle violence

Alliance magazine 3 April 2019

Impetus has been chosen by the Home Office to help deliver a £200 million Youth Endowment Fund which will support programmes and community partnerships working with children at risk of being drawn into crime and …

The Sackler Trust suspend any new UK donations

Alliance magazine 25 March 2019

The Sackler Trust has suspended new charitable donations in the UK after allegations linking the Sackler family to the opioid crisis in the US. The trust is a major funder of arts and education and …

The ‘hidden gem’ of philanthropy

Wendy Williams 24 March 2019

Sub-funds are being hailed as ‘Australia’s best-kept secret’, in light of a new snapshot providing the first data on sub-funds in Australia. Until now, there has been no data available about the size of the …

Centre for Social Impact releases first-ever survey results on sub-funds in Australia

Alliance magazine 24 March 2019

Krystian Seibert of the Centre for Social Impact at the Swinburne University of Technology conducted a survey to quantify sub-funds in Australia. Before this data, the size of Australia’s sub-fund sector was unknown. Findings from …

African philanthropy equals more prosperity – Part III

Tony K Ansah Jr 17 March 2019

When African philanthropy is stripped down to its bare minimum, there are fundamental aspects worth exploring here. Everything from individuals to informal and formal groups play a unique role in it. Also, the mediums used …