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Stanford University’s Center for Social Innovation executive programmes adapt business knowledge and experience to the challenges faced by the non-profit and public sectors. Through the following programmes the school's goal...

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In an effort to encourage more giving the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) has sought government support for a campaign to motivate independent financial advisers (IFAs) to ask their clients whether...

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Climate change is now both a public and political priority and a pressing question is why isn’t more funding going to combat global warming?

The September 2007 issue of Alliance magazine’s...

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Well targeted educational initiatives produce benefits worth an average £15 for every £1 spent, according to a new report.

Based on an analysis by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), a global...

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The latest edition of A Guide to the Major Trusts, has been published by the Directory of Social Change, and shows that the amount given yearly by the top 400...

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Trading shares in the office, one day a year, has seen Execution Limited’s staff raise money over the past six years that has changed lives in some of Britain’s poorest...

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Professor Nicholas Deakin, a respected figure in the charity sector, has been chosen as the chair designate of the new Centre for Charitable Giving and Philanthropy.

Prof Deakin, best known for...

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GIVING, the International Journal on Philanthropy and Social Innovation published twice yearly in English and Italian, is seeking submissions for publication in its March 2008 issue on Social Entrepreneurship.

The Journal...

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The European Association for Planned Giving’s (EAPG) winter conference, ‘Optimising Philanthropy’, will be held on the November 19th.

EAPG seeks to bridge the divide between professional advisors, charities, and fundraisers to...

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Social investment is a rapidly developing field attracting considerable policy interest, but as yet little research, and the ESRC and the Skoll Centre are sponsoring four interdisciplinary seminars to explore...

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