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As a human rights funder, unsurprisingly I see human rights relevance everywhere, from antiviolence to xenophobia. So when Dreilinden started in 2007, we joined the new Ariadne Network – European...
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Welcome to the first Philanthropy Impact Magazine of 2017. This issue is focused on human rights issues and implications for philanthropists and features articles from key philanthropists, human rights organisations...
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The Arcus Foundation is pleased to sponsor this issue of Philanthropy Impact focused on different philanthropic approaches to supporting human rights. The fast-paced and ever-changing political, economic and cultural landscape...
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A company mission can act as an important motivational driver, provided there is alignment with the values endorsed by its employees. It would be a mistake, however, to leverage only...
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The social impact bond (SIB) is a promising new funding mechanism within the impact-investing sector but how does it work? Private investors provide the upfront capital to fund a social...
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Impact investing has come of age. Total assets in impact investments were estimated to be $60 billion at the end of 2014, with growth of 16 per cent expected in...
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Yesterday evening the MPF Awards for Management Excellence 2017 took place in London. This year Philanthropy Impact sponsored a new award category celebrating Best philanthropy engagement...

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In early 2013, EY established Enterprise Growth Services (EGS) – a global programme which sends EY consultants overseas to help promising social impact businesses overcome obstacles and accelerate to their...
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Philanthropy Impact seeks new Trustees from within UK and/or EU with the following expertise and experience:

1.       Experience as a professional...

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It is now becoming apparent that there is a disconnect between the types of social investment available, and the financial requirements of third sector organisations. This mis-match is creating an...

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