August 24, 2023

$70bn in cross-border philanthropic giving took place in 2020, global tracker shows

$70 billion in cross-border philanthropic giving took place at the height of COVID-19 global health crisis according to new data from the Global Philanthropy Tracker. The […]
August 9, 2023

Philanthropy coverage in Irish media lacks impact, says study

News about philanthropy in Ireland focuses too much on individual philanthropists and controversies around charities, and does not pay enough attention to impact. This is according […]
May 17, 2023

Academics & practitioners to discuss philanthropy’s purpose in present day

Academics and practitioners will come together in June for the European Research Network On Philanthropy‘s (ERNOP) Research Conference, and its pre-conference event, Safe Spaces for Philanthropy. […]
January 18, 2023

Harriet Jones-Day: Philanthropic psychology – what is it & what can it offer?

Giving can (and should) be a pleasurable experience that cultivates and nurtures the human capacity for love, and by using philanthropic psychology, fundraisers can help to […]
July 13, 2022

Simon Dickson: Changing demographics and the evolution of philanthropy

Philanthropy is changing as the next generation of major givers comes to the fore with different ideas about how they want to offer their support, and […]
May 26, 2022

Philea paper examines how pandemic has changed institutional philanthropy across Europe

Changing practices in institutional philanthropy in Europe since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic are examined in a new paper from Philea. Future-proofing foundations for a […]