Check out the Fall 2016 edition of Alliance Magazine! The series of articles discussing the current state of philanthropy in India is a must read!
Author: Andy Ho
The end of the Chinese migrant miracle is near. The road ahead looks painful for China and for the world. But it could also be the beginning of the Chinese economic transformation of the future, one that will benefit China, and the world, in bigger and better ways than we have seen thus far.
Day one of the Global Philanthropy Forum featured World Bank President Jim Yong Kim. He spoke of ending extreme poverty by 2030, setting goals to do so, and structuring the organization in order to reach those goals.
Asian Philanthropy Forum was pleased to be part of the 2015 Global Philanthropy Forum in Washington, DC to cover the conference and aspects around philanthropy in Asia. We speak with Janes Wales as the event kicked off.
The inaugural Asian Philanthropy & Sustainability Forum featured Jenny Bowen of Half the Sky and trends in Asian philanthropy.
Next generation leaders spoke about opportunities to promote and participate in philanthropy even in the midst of challenges in China.
Attendees of the China Philanthropy Summit found that the role of the Chinese government greatly influences the growth and shape of philanthropy in China.
On Oct 31 and Nov 1, 2014, the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University will host a two day summit on philanthropy in China. The conference culminates the school’s three year Initiative on Philanthropy in China.
How do you build and connect the next generation of leaders in China and the U.S.? What programs are available?
With summer in full swing, this might be a great time to engage your family members in some meaningful conversation on the topic of giving, perhaps during that upcoming family vacation.