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Welcome to the first Philanthropy Impact Magazine in the new shorter, more compact format. The first issue in this new format explores the role of Universal Basic Income and philanthropy...
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Download this article as pdf. Philanthropy is no longer a simple act of giving – the new generation of philanthropists are committed, innovative and engaged – they want to be...
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There was once an understanding that wealth comes with responsibility but that is no longer the case and we need a social contract now more than ever. There is evidence...
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Ten Things You (Probably) Didn`t Know About Philanthropy in Denmark by Susanne Krogh Petersen, Norgay Institute 1. The World Giving Index 2012 ranked Denmark seventh in the number of people...
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Ten Things You (Probably) Didn’t Know About Philanthropy in South Africa by Philip Faure, Citadel Wealth Management 1. South Africa has only four billionaires (US has 442) and 60 000...
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Universities 2030: Their Future and Their Funding by Sir David Nicholas Cannadine Philanthropy played a fundamental role in the creation of many UK universities. Given the current and future challenges...
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Corporate Philanthropy: It Is No Longer About Charity (Nor Should It Be) by Alice Korngold Multinational corporations have the global footprint, financial and human resources, and profit incentive to solve...
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Real or Fake: Luxury Brand Corporate Philanthropy by Catherine Walker I love the Gucci brand. So much so that I have a rather bad fake Gucci watch to prove it...
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If Not Now, When? 2014 BNP Paribas Individual Philanthropy Index: Measuring the Commitment to Giving Around the World by Kasia Moreno For the second year in a row, BNP Paribas...
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The Great Seesaw of Civilization by Zoltan J. Acs Philanthropy seems like a subject with little public policy interest at best and a rather boring subject at worst. That is...

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