We Know We Can’t Do It Alone, But How Can We Work Together?

by Amy Miller Taylor, Chief Networks Officer, CIVICUS We’re living through a crisis of democracy where progressive internationalism is under attack[1]. It’s now clearer than ever that civil society organisations cannot realise the more just, inclusive and sustainable world by acting alone. Instead a collective effort is needed – between civil society, philanthropy infrastructure organisations and…

The Atmosphere of Philanthropy in East Africa

By Evans Okinyi What is the atmosphere of philanthropy in East Africa? Philanthropy in East Africa can be categorized as Community Philanthropy, Faith based philanthropy, Individual or family philanthropy and Corporate Philanthropy. The East Africa region has seen the growth of institutionalized philanthropy. The region has witnessed an increase in High Net worth Individuals getting…

WINGS Network Monthly Update – April

WINGSForum Video Feeling sentimental about WINGSForum? Want to see what happened at a glance? Check out our new short clip here or below! Interview with Shazia Amjad Shazia Amjad shares with us The Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy’s new report on “The State of Individual Philanthropy in Pakistan”. Read the interview here.           WINGS…

Shazia Amjad – PCP’s new report on “The State of Individual Philanthropy in Pakistan”

A strong civil society depends, along with other things, on a strong culture of giving. In fact, developing a strong culture of giving is one of the most important agendas for organizations supporting philanthropy. According to the most recent study from WINGS about the global philanthropy infrastructure, 74% of survey respondents give high priority to…