#PhilanthropyDoesNotStop – LE NOTIZIE DALL’EUROPA

Edizione 32 // L’IMPEGNO DELLA FILANTROPIA GLOBALE SUL CLIMA – PEOPLEPOWER2020 – GLI INVESTITORI POSSONO INFLUENZARE POSITIVAMENTE LA LOTTA AL CAMBIAMENTO CLIMATICO – GIVING CIVIL SOCIETY THE RIGHT RESPONSE – NEWS THROUGH A GENDER LENS – ERNOP ONLINE SERIES 2021 – SUPPORTING FOUNDATION STAFF RESILIENCE AND WELLBEING DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

L’IMPEGNO DELLA FILANTROPIA GLOBALE SUL CLIMA: UN INVITO ALLA COLLABORAZIONE

L’International Philanthropy Commitment on Climate Change è una chiamata a fondazioni ed enti filantropici di tutto il mondo, non importa la loro mission, status, posizione geografica, di unirsi e esprimere il loro impegno per far fronte all’emergenza climatica in tempo per il COP-26, che si terrà a novembre 2021.

Con WINGS che ospita questo impegno globale e allo stesso tempo costruisce sulla conoscenza e l’esperienza che i membri di Dafne hanno accumulato negli ultimi 14 mesi, c’è una reale opportunità di cogliere il momento e coinvolgere tutto il mondo della filantropia. Nessuna fondazione ed ente filantropico dovrebbe sentirsi da solo quando comincia il suo percorso di lotta al cambiamento climatico.

LEGGI L’APPELLO DI MAX VON ABENDROTH, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR DI DAFNE E SCOPRI DI PIÙ

ONLINE IL REPORT #PEOPLEPOWER2020

Il rapporto interattivo, realizzato e curato da Civicus, fornisce spunti di riflessione e informazioni utili sulla relazione tra l’ascesa dei governi autoritari, l’uso della legislazione restrittiva Covid-19 e l’impatto sui diritti.

LEGGI IL RAPPORTO

GLI INVESTITORI POSSONO INFLUENZARE POSITIVAMENTE LA LOTTA AL CAMBIAMENTO CLIMATICO

Le principali istituzioni finanziarie del mondo hanno fatto un importante passo per combattere il cambiamento climatico. Per la prima volta, le banche d’investimento, asset manager e e le compagnie assicurative hanno adottato una metrica comune e condivisa per rendere conto delle emissioni di gas serra che finanziano con i loro investimenti.

LEGGI L’APPROFONDIMENTO DI NANDO VAN KLEFF, PROGRAMME MANAGER PRESSO IKEA FOUNDATION

CAF PUBBLICA IL REPORT “GIVING CIVIL SOCIETY THE RIGHT RESPONSE”

Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) ha creato questo rapporto per mostrare la possibili risposte dei governi per sostenere, o ostacolare, la società civile e la filantropia. CAF ha creato un framework di riferimento, composto da tre tipologie di rapporto con la società civile, e ha analizzato le politiche perseguite, con esempi globali e tratto lezioni che possono essere applicate da tutti i governi.

Da queste lezioni poi, ha stilato una lista di raccomandazioni pratiche che i responsabili politici possono implementare, tenendo conto della gamma di risorse disponibili nei diversi Paesi.

SCOPRI DI PIU E SCARICA IL RAPPORTO

NEWS THROUGH A GENDER LENS

The 19th, a new nonprofit, nonpartisan publication, is dedicated to in-depth reporting of the issues that matter to women, especially health care.

When Emily Ramshaw was editor in chief at the Texas Tribune in 2019, she had an idea to start a nonprofit, nonpartisan publication that would cover the issues representing the largest demographic of the US electorate—women. She wanted to tell stories about things women cared about and put their voices at the forefront of political conversation. With her colleague Amanda Zamora, then chief audience officer at the Tribune, she cofounded The 19th, a newsroom that helps women be, as Zamora puts it, “equal participants in democracy.”

The 19th is dedicated to in-depth reporting of the issues that matter to women, especially health care, which women prioritize in elections more than men, according to the Gender Watch Project’s 2018 survey.

CONTINUA A LEGGERE L’ARTICOLO

ERNOP ONLINE SERIES 2021

European Philanthropy Research for Philanthropy Professionals

This age is characterized by unprecedented challenges. The global pandemic, climate change, migration, polarization and the rise of artificial intelligence requires every societal actor, including philanthropy, to do better, more, or different.

An important source for innovation and growth comes from research and development. Members of ERNOP produce the best of research on philanthropy within the continent, but only limited output makes it to the board rooms, decision tables and policies of philanthropic organizations. The gap between production and usage of academic knowledge is a waste of valuable resources. With the ERNOP Science and Society Seminars, ERNOP takes the initiative to start building a bridge.

As research community we aim to contribute to society. The ERNOP Science and Society Seminars are a monthly series of online seminars in which researchers from ERNOP philanthropy research centres and academic chairs present their state of the art work through online presentations. Research centres are invited to share their work, keeping in mind the practical relevance and application of their research output. To make most of the seminars, ERNOP has invited representatives from Dafne, EFA, EFC, and CEV to participate in the initiative and discuss implications for practice. Also session participants are much invited to pose their questions and comments to make science to better address the challenges philanthropy is facing.

SCOPRI LE DATE DEI WEBINAR

SUPPORTING FOUNDATION STAFF RESILIENCE AND WELLBEING DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

ACF have put together resources and information to help foundations think about how best to support their staff during the Covid-19 pandemic, and what questions they should consider in addressing staff resilience and wellbeing. 

Foundations will in the main fulfil their charitable mission by working with others outside their organisation. But the wellbeing of their own staff matters – not just for their responsibilities as a good employer but also to achieving their mission, living out their values, and supporting applicants and grantees.

Social isolation, grief, erosion of physical and psychological safety, changes to ways of working, uncertainty, caregiving responsibilities and financial strain, exacerbated and amplified during the Covid-19 pandemic, can negatively impact staff resilience and wellbeing for many employees, whatever sector they work in. 

SCOPRI DI PIÙ

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