This week is #iwill week, which sees organisations and individuals across the country joining forces to celebrate and promote youth social action, as well as committing to take action to try to give more young people opportunities to participate in the future.
Artificial Intelligence and social impact measurement.
Last week I had a chance to be one of the speakers at a fringe event on “The Future of Charities” at the Labour Party conference hosted by Common Vision […]
Today we launched the latest in our series of Giving Thought discussion papers exploring the potential implications of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology for civil society organisations (CSOs): Block and Tackle: […]
As government officials and finance professionals meet at the global anti-corruption summit orchestrated by Prime Minister David Cameron, they should be thinking not just about how to protect charities from […]
The dust is now beginning to settle a bit following Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan’s announcement that they are planning to give away $45bn of Facebook shares over the course […]
A couple of stories in the news caught my eye recently because they brought to the foreground one of the thorniest recurring questions for philanthropy: are there some donations that […]
Uneven Foundations: Are charitable trusts failing to match supply with demand?
(NB: This comment piece first appeared on The Independent website. The original version can be found here.) The new Minister for Civil Society, Brooks Newmark, appointed in the recent […]