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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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Global Impact has released its research report, Giving Beyond Borders: A Study of Global Giving by U.S. Corporations.  The study, commissioned by Global Impact and researched and written...

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On August 18, 2013, Rebecca Bundhun, wrote in The National, that India's move towards making companies engage in philanthropy has prompted confusion among many firms and has not been...

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In 2009 The Pears Foundation in collaboration with Cranfield School of Management, London Business School, and the Said Business School, Oxford, developed The Business Schools Partnership which aimed to promote...

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The Government has launched a consultation on corporate social responsibility (CSR) and plans to draw up a framework for action by the end of the year. This will set out...

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The Directory of Social Change (DSC) has published its latest Company Giving Almanac, analysing the top 418 corporate donors to UK charities and communities. The companies gave a total of...

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Chicago-based philanthropist J.B. Pritzker and global investment bank, Goldman Sachs have joined forces to lend $7m (£4.48m) to a pre-school education programme in Salt Lake City, USA.

Goldman Sachs is...

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The business advisory firm, Deloitte has pledged £1m of in-kind support for 16 social enterprises. This is the second wave of the company’s Social Innovation Pioneers programme. It has already...

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Jo Mackie, chief executive of Wood Family Trust (WFT) believes her organisation is “taking venture philanthropy to the next level” through its “unique” work in Rwanda.

She says the project...

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