#PhilanthropyDoesNotStop – LE NOTIZIE DALL’EUROPA

Edizione 5 // LA FILANTROPIA NEI MERCATI EMERGENTI – ASSOCIATION OF CHARITABLE FOUNDATIONS PUBBLICA IL NUOVO REPORT – FILANTROPIA, SOCIETÀ CIVILE E COVID-19 – PHILANTHROPY WITH A EUROPEAN PURPOSE – INTERVIEW: DAVID BIEMESDERFER, UNITED PHILANTHROPY FORUM

LA FILANTROPIA NEI MERCATI EMERGENTI E L’OPPORTUNITÀ DI UNA TRASFORMAZIONE RADICALE

L’analisi, a cura di Chandrika Sahai-Coordinatrice di Philanthropy for Social Justice and Peace, si concentra sullo stato della filantropia nei Paesi emergenti, in particolare India, Russia, Brasile, Indonesia, e evidenzia  la risposta filantropica in queste nazioni per far fronte al Coronavirus.

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L’ASSOCIATION OF CHARITABLE FOUNDATIONS PUBBLICA IL NUOVO REPORT SU STRATEGIA E GOVERNANCE DELLE FONDAZIONI

L’Association of Charitable Foundations ha pubblicato il nuovo rapporto “Strategy and Governance: the pillar of stronger foundation practice” sul ruolo cruciale del pensiero strategico e di robuste pratiche di governance per quelle fondazioni che vogliono essere ambiziose e efficaci nell’uso delle loro risorse

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FILANTROPIA, SOCIETÀ CIVILE E COVID-19: COSA SUCCEDE ADESSO? E DOPO?

In una nuova puntata del podcast Giving Thought di CAF (Charities Aid Foundation), Rohdri Davies-Head of Policy- ripercorre la risposta filantropica alle emergenze del passato, evidenzia le principali sfide che le organizzazioni della società civile si trovano ad affrontare e individua le domande più importanti da porsi per il futuro. 

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PHILANTHROPY WITH A EUROPEAN PURPOSE

For a forthcoming publication in collaboration with Allianz Kulturstiftung our board member Rien van Gendt spoke with Michael Alberg-Seberich, of think tank Wider Sense, on philanthropy with a European purpose.

Van Gendt touches on how many Europeans, including us, “a European foundation with a European mission”, were taking Europe for granted only ten years ago. On how “geographical, cultural and mental boundaries” challenged that notion. And on a way forward: “I think that we Europeans, also we as European foundations, should be aware of our assets, of our culture: the freedom of speech, the freedom of thought, the power of diversity, the fruits of the enlightenment. We should cherish our culture and the aligned comparative advantages. In addition to this, I feel strongly that Europe is more than coal and steel and one currency. It’s actually culture that can unite us, it’s our common past, our common heritage, which we can turn into our advantage.”

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INTERVIEW: DAVID BIEMESDERFER, UNITED PHILANTHROPY FORUM

The United Philanthropy Forum (UPF) has brought together many of the US’s infrastructure bodies in a meta-network. Does its CEO, David Biemesderfer, see a European parallel in European philanthropy body, DAFNE? He sat down with Charles Keidan at Dafne’s PEXforum2020 in Madrid to discuss the key role of philanthropy infrastructure and the development of the United Philanthropy Forum.

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