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Breaking the cycle
27 April 2017
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...
Approaches to human rights issues and its implications for philanthropists
28 March 2017
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...
Why We Must Tackle Inequality If We Are To Eradicate Extreme Poverty
30 July 2015
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...
Are Poverty and Inequality the Defining Challenges of Our Time?
4 June 2015
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...
Myths and magic: philanthropy in India 2013
12 March 2013
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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