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?
6 years ago, there was just one public library in the entire country of Bhutan. Find out what one nonprofit organization to catalyze a culture of reading in Bhutan.
Nonprofit mergers are gaining in popularity. What is the process for merger? What conditions are needed for a successful merger? Learn how two Asian American nonprofits approached the process and lessons learned.
The BoP World Convention will focus on hybrid models for serving the BoP, with speakers from the private sector, the social entrepreneur community, major non-governmental organizations, and governments.
Should philanthropy advisors be held to the same standards as other professional advisors and should they be accredited?
Sharadha de Sharaham shares her insight on Sri Lankan philanthropy based on her years of experience in the local social impact space.
How did a research team come to its conclusions about philanthronationalism, patron-client relationships, and other themes in Sri Lankan philanthropy? We talk to one of the key researchers to find out.
A close examination of Sri Lankan charitable practices reveals the potential of philanthropy to expand and play a developmental role, as well as the hurdles that still stand in the way of greater social engagement.
The 2014 National Conference looks at what’s beyond the horizons for Australian philanthropy.