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“Development then entails disseminating this modern, scientific, and sophisticated knowledge to inform and uplift the rural masses. Knowledge flows in one direction only – downwards – from those who are...
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Human rights funding today is more and more shaped by regional and local contexts shifting away from the traditional ‘Northern’- dominated model. One of the basic goals of such funding...
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Corporations, civil societies, and philanthropic organisations and individuals are increasingly playing a crucial role in achieving human advancement. The Sustainable Development Goals, the world’s latest political promises, repeatedly call on...
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Some maintain that God put nonhuman animals on earth to provide for the needs of their human masters. Over the past half-century, growing numbers of people have come to recognise...
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Human rights-based strategies are designed to redress deeply ingrained inequalities, and they aim to enable everyone to participate fully in economic, social and cultural affairs towards the progressive realisation of...
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In June 2011, the United Nations Human Rights Council adopted unanimously the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (the ‘UN Guiding Principles’ or ‘UNGPs’). The UN Guiding Principles...
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Britain has a wonderfully rich history of giving.  In fact Britain today is defined by the generosity of our predecessors. You don’t have to go far...

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The human rights space, and the community of philanthropists and institutions that support it, is as complex as the issues it seeks to tackle. In the last two decades, investment...
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Last autumn, I was lucky to get an introduction to the extraordinarily beautiful exhibition of portraits by Goya at the National Gallery. Our guide was art expert Richard Thomas and...
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Sixty-five per cent of Russians don’t trust NGOs – they don’t have confidence that their donation will reach the end beneficiary.1 Sadly, this lack of trust in NGOs is endemic...

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