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Press Release - 6 December 2022

Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy and Philanthropy Europe Association’s new release sheds light on the philanthropy landscape in Europe

This joint Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy and Philea briefing provides information on the philanthropic landscape in Europe, putting the findings of the 2022 Global Philanthropy Environment Index (published in March 2022 by IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy) in context with Philea’s 2022 publication, “Comparative Highlights of Foundation Laws”.
News - 2 December 2022

Two new studies signal increased collaboration between philanthropy and the EU institutions

The European Investment Bank (EIB) and the European Commission Advisory Hub have recently published two key studies supporting a more enabling environment for our sector.
News - 23 November 2022

Jacobs Foundation launch call for applications for 2023 Research Fellowship Program

The Jacobs Foundation has announced the 2023 call for applications for its Research Fellowship Program, aimed at early and mid-career researchers whose work is dedicated to improving the learning and development of children and youth worldwide.
News - 23 November 2022

Saying goodbye to Leticia Ruiz-Capillas

After three decades of engagement and following an agreement with Philea, Leticia has decided to leave our organisation. For the remainder of 2022 she will be taking well deserved holidays, with an official end date of 31 December 2022.
News - 21 November 2022

Call for session proposals for Philea Forum 2023

Philea has launched a call for session proposals for the Philea Forum 2023, hosted by the National Foundation for Civil Society Development – Croatia, in…
News - 18 November 2022

Culture of Solidarity Fund Eunic Ukraine edition announces grantees

The European Cultural Foundation has announced that 14 cultural organisations in 13 European countries will receive grants of up to 50,000 Euro for events which will help integrate Ukrainian culture in wider European culture, from exhibitions to assemblies, film screenings and public lectures.
Press Release - 16 November 2022

600 philanthropy organisations around the world commit to climate action

Six hundred foundations and other philanthropy organisations spread across 23 countries have committed to taking climate action as part of a growing global movement within the philanthropy sector. The organisations…
News - 7 November 2022

What if? Reimagining Philanthropy: How can funders ensure that partnership is the norm in efforts to drive systems change?

Philanthropy has the potential to catalyse collective action across sectors and is uniquely positioned to promote and scale partnerships towards systems change by being able to draw on flexible funding…
News - 19 October 2022

Philea launches survey for latest mapping of arts and culture funding in Europe

Philea, in collaboration with the Art and Culture Thematic Network, has launched a survey on arts and culture funding in Europe, to provide an overview of philanthropic giving in…
News - 13 October 2022

Providing Organisational Development support to networks

The Organisational Development (OD) Community of Practice, following the “Unconference” satellite event at the Philea Forum in Barcelona, hosted an event on the multifaceted topic of “networks”…
News - 12 October 2022

Time to celebrate: Philanthropic organisations carve out from OECD Common Reporting Standards

Yesterday – in a win for the philanthropy sector – the OECD released amendments to carve non-profit organisations out of their Common Reporting Standards (CRS). This…
News - 5 October 2022

2022 speech on the State of the Union: What’s the role of philanthropy for a new Europe?

During her third State of the Union address, President of the European Commission Ursula Von Der Leyen delivered to the…
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