In this Alliance article from 2004, Andrew Milner sources organizations from around the world, putting into historical perspective the importance and evolution of philanthropy infrastructure. “Has the growth of this infrastructure kept pace with that of civil society? If not, what are its weaknesses? Alliance put these questions to a number civil society professionals in different regions and asked which elements had been important for the development of civil society in their part of the world.”
New research by the Hudson Institute’s Center for Global Prosperity (CGP) shows that emerging economies are dramatically increasing their financial flows to the developing world.
Pradeepta Nayak of Sampradaan Indian Centre for Philanthropy shares his presentation for the latest WINGS webinar—Emerging Economies: The changing landscape in philanthropy, foreign aid, and investment—held on 20 November 2013.