Introducing WINGS Board – Interview with T. Başak Ersen

Introducing WINGS Board – Interview with T. Başak Ersen

  1) Tell us a bit about your current work and background I am the Secretary General of the Third Sector Foundation of Turkey (TUSEV) since 2011. TUSEV is a membership based private foundation. Currently, the organization has 114 foundations and associations as members.  As TUSEV we are working for a more enabling legal and…

The Power of Networks—Building connected global philanthropy

Global networks like ours cultivate the spirit of innovation through connected and informed leadership. This is why WINGSForum is so important, and why it’s been a success for the last 15 years. Now you can join us on the Road to Istanbul: A journey through networked philanthropy—our new web series that explores some of what we’ll cover in Istanbul in March. WINGSForum 2014: The Power of Networks is about innovation, leadership and community. Are you in?

TUSEV releases Civil Society Monitoring Report 2012

The purposes of the Civil Society Monitoring Report 2012 are for civil society to be recognised, better understood and bring awareness to challenges faced, as well as portraying developments over the past ten years. The executive summary takes into account the progress of civil society in the period of 2011-2012, as well as the significant milestones, and contains brief situation analyses regarding the major topics of the report, and TUSEV’s recommendations.

Emerging Societies Emerging Philanthropies International Forum: So much in common with each other

“An example of common challenges is the fact that in Russia, China, Turkey, South Africa, Brazil, Mexico and Colombia entities focused on promoting private philanthropy have been created in recent years. Some examples are IDIS in Brazil, Filantropia Transformadora in Colombia, the South African Institute for Advancement, the Third Sector Foundation of Turkey (TUSEV) and the Chinese Foundation Center. All of these initiatives surfaced independently, without a common nexus, and yet these entities face very similar challenges and opportunities.” Article by Luis G Gallo.