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Momentum and interest in philanthropy is growing in Ghana

Alliance magazine 1 April 2019

Dr. Ben Ocra, Director of the Ghana Philanthropy Forum, discussed philanthropy trends in Ghana during an interview conducted by the Association of German Foundations. Ocra identified three ‘broad issues’ that will be at the forefront …


The Philanthropy Framework: A new tool for sparking effective social change

Alliance magazine 27 March 2019

Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors (RPA) recently published a new report called The Philanthropy Framework to give philanthropic organisations the structure they need to maximise their impact. The report combines input from over 50 foundations to identify …


Funders must collaborate to ‘future proof’ philanthropy infrastructure, says new report

Andrew Milner and Charles Keidan 12 March 2019

A report backed by leading funders of Europe’s philanthropy infrastructure has called on foundations and infrastructure bodies to work more effectively together to meet major challenges on the horizon. This is the key message of …

Women are leading a new wave of philanthropy across Latin America

Florencia Roitstein 8 March 2019

We’re in a very critical moment in our region’s history. Women feel, more than ever before, motivated to share their stories about the role of philanthropy in activism, which has been difficult to talk about. …

#NextPhilanthropy webinar highlights

Alliance magazine 6 March 2019

A new webinar series by WINGS is discussing some of the key issues from The Global Landscape of Philanthropy report, one year after it was launched. The report compiles a comprehensive picture of current trends …

Philanthropy in Brazil: opportunity beyond Bolsonaro

Marcia Kalvon Woods and João Paulo Vergueiro 16 February 2019

Pretty much everyone has heard about the new Brazilian president, Jair Bolsonaro, who somehow resembles the American one to the point of having been called the ‘Trump from the Tropics’ by the Washington Post (US) and the Guardian (UK). …

Europe needs to get real about its coal problem

Antha Williams and Caio Koch-Weser 15 February 2019

Mention the words coal and climate change, and the first thing that comes to mind might be China’s coal-fired industrialisation, pollution hanging in the air over New Delhi, or perhaps President Trump’s quixotic campaign to …

If philanthropy is to be successful at systems change, it needs to better examine its own role

Stacey Thomas 12 February 2019

Systems change has gained buzzword status over recent years, something that is discussed with earnest enthusiasm and exclamations of, ‘if we are ever going to see long-lasting and generational change, we need to change the …

Switzerland’s philanthropy – increase in regulation, global philanthropy and changes in grant-making

Association of German Foundations 1 January 2019

Interview with Prof. Dr. Georg von Schnurbein, Director Center for Philanthropy Studies (CEPS) Georg, what are the three broad issues that will drive the Swiss foundation and philanthropy sector in the next 10 years? A …

The 4 unique drivers leading china’s philanthropy ecosystem

Olivia Wang 30 December 2018

2018 is a memorable year for China as it marks the 40th anniversary of China’s economic reform and the 10th anniversary of the devastating earthquake in Sichuan Province, which was regarded as a major turning …