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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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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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This year, a series of key global summits will attempt to set out a bold agenda: to tackle global poverty in a way which will leave no-one behind; and to...
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Welcome to Issue 8 of Philanthropy Impact Magazine! In this issue the contributors will explore the challenges posed by inequality, and the ability for philanthropists to be part of a...
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Howard Buffett’s book Forty Chances: Finding Hope in a Hungry World could have been a vanity project about his philanthropic work to reduce world hunger. Instead,...

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Red Nose Day, on 15th March, has raised £75.1m and counting for Comic Relief, the highest total raised on the night in its 25 year history.

The charity is still...

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The German Federal Council passed the Act for the Advancement of Volunteering On 1st March 2013. It aims to improve the legal environment for charitable organisations by limiting the liability...

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Dr Rory Brooks and his wife Elizabeth donated £1.33m to The University of Manchester, on 4th March, taking their total donations to the university to £4m since 2004.

The money...

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There are many myths and assumptions about Indian philanthropy, generally starting with the fact that there is not enough of it and not enough that is strategic and developmental. However...
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Huge growth of the global middle class could lead to worldwide charitable giving of $224bn (£146bn) a year by 2030, if people in rapidly developing economies give in line with...

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