#PhilanthropyDoesNotStop – LE NOTIZIE DALL’EUROPA

Edizione 48 // FILANTROPIA ED EMERGENZA CLIMATICA – ACCELERARE IL RAGGIUNGIMENTO DEGLI OBIETTIVI DI SVILUPPO SOSTENIBILE – MISURARE L’IMPATTO DELLE ORGANIZZAZIONI CULTURALI – IMPACT INVESTING IN ASIA – CLOSING THE REPRESENTATION GAP FOR PEOPLE WITH LIVED MIGRATION EXPERIENCE – 1000 DAYS TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE

FILANTROPIA ED EMERGENZA CLIMATICA: IL MOMENTO DI AGIRE È ADESSO

16 giugno, ore 18-19. Il nuovo webinar di Alliance Magazine, realizzato in occasione della pubblicazione del nuovo numero della rivista (disponibile gratuitamente qui), dedicato interamente all’impegno di fondazioni ed enti filantropici per far fronte all’emergenza climatica e le sfide ed opportunità che si trovano ad affrontare in vista della COP26.

Si parlerà del ruolo critico che giocano fondazioni ed enti filantropici rispetto alla questione climatica, di quali questioni si stanno occupando e di nuove possibili vie di sviluppo con:

  • Jennifer Kitt: Founding President of the Climate Leadership Initiative
  • Nigel Topping: High Level Climate Action Champion for COP26 
  • Winnie Asiti: Member of Next Generation Climate Board of the Global Greengrants Fund, Kenya
  • Hannah Young: Deputy Consul General, British Consulate General in New York

REGISTRATI SUBITO

ACCELERARE IL RAGGIUNGIMENTO DEGLI OBIETTIVI DI SVILUPPO SOSTENIBILE – IL RUOLO DEL CROWDFUNDING NEGLI INVESTIMENTI AD IMPATTO SOCIALE

Online il nuovo report di EVPA (European Venture Philanthropy Association) che, raccogliendo input e stimoli di oltre 40 esperti e professionisti del settore, definisce le opportunità che le piattaforme di impact crowdfunding, investitori che raccolgono risorse dal grande pubblico e le investono in organizzazioni che hanno un impatto sociale, generano per l’intero ecosistema degli investimenti a impatto sociale ed esplora come questi soggetti possono collaborare meglio con altri investitori per l’impatto.

SCARICA IL REPORT

MISURARE L’IMPATTO DELLE ORGANIZZAZIONI CULTURALI

L’obiettivo degli investitori ad impatto sociale è quello di indirizzare le risorse verso organizzazioni che producono effetti positivi sulle persone e la comunità lungo tutto la catena del valore. Ma da dove dovrebbero iniziare questi per misurare il loro impatto e qual è il modo migliore per farlo in modo che vada a beneficio del loro lavoro e del team, piuttosto che essere un’ulteriore onere?

Di questo e molto altro parlerà il team di Arts & Culture Finance di Nesta insieme a Beverley Glean MBE e Rosie Lehan del teatro di danza IRIE! per discutere di come la loro organizzazione ha incorporato la valutazione d’impatto nel loro lavoro e l’hanno usata per migliorare le iniziative e i risultati per i loro studenti e beneficiari.

REGISTRATI AL WEBINAR

IMPACT INVESTING IN ASIA: OVERCOMING BARRIERS TO SCALE

While the Asian social investment ecosystem is maturing, growth is uneven and impact investment remains less developed here compared to the rest of the world. As a result, the impact investing industry in Asia remains less understood compared to its counterparts elsewhere.

Against this backdrop, AVPN and GIIN have collaborated with Oliver Wyman and Marsh & McLennan Insights to explore the current characteristics of impact investing in the region, with special focus on China, India, Indonesia, Japan, and the Philippines. This report captures the experiences and insights of stakeholders from the AVPN network who serve different roles within the broad impact investment ecosystem in Asia.

Impact Investing in Asia: Overcoming Barriers to Scale serves as a resource for impact investors and other key stakeholders in Asia to better understand the growing industry within a regional context while providing key recommendations to develop the ecosystem further.

CONTINUA A LEGGERE DIRETTAMENTE DAL SITO DI AVPN

CLOSING THE REPRESENTATION GAP FOR PEOPLE WITH LIVED MIGRATION EXPERIENCE IN PUBLIC AND POLICY ADVOCACY WITH THE DIVERSITY, MIGRATION AND INTEGRATION THEMATIC NETWORK AND EPIM

On 21 April, the Diversity, Migration and Integration Thematic Network jointly organised a learning session with the European Programme for Integration and Migration (EPIM) on closing the representation gap for people with lived migration experience in public and policy advocacy on migration issues. During this event more than 50 private funders and leaders with lived migration experience thoroughly unpacked and interrogated the above questions. The event was moderated by Dylan Fotoohi, Refugees for Justice.

As a baseline for the discussions, Mohammed Badran, MD Capacity Development, and Tuyet Stooker, MB Capacity Development, the authors of the EPIM-commissioned report “Migrant-led advocacy across Europe: challenges and opportunities” presented the key highlights of their research. Anila Noor, New Women Connectors and Member of the European Commission expert group on the views of migrants in the field of migration, asylum and integration, Sana Mustafa, Asylum Access, and Melis Arı, Mental Health Finland and member of the Transatlantic Migrant Democracy Dialogue, then joined the authors on a panel discussion to offer further reflections and thoughts.

1000 DAYS TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Structural racism in Brazil defines the life and health of its Afro-descendant population from childhood onwards. One foundation has set out to change that

Over the past three decades, scientific research has confirmed that the most critical time for the development of children and the adults they subsequently become are the early years, especially the first 1,000 days. Extreme poverty can threaten this development. It can mean decreased attention from overworked, stressed parents and caregivers leading to domestic violence, the use of drugs and alcohol, bad housing and sanitary conditions and lack of access to food. As a result, children are less healthy, learn less, often have more difficulties in maintaining trusting relationships with others and earn less in adulthood. They reproduce the vicious circle of poverty and these individual costs accumulate across society, restricting wealth creation and eroding national revenues.

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