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News - 15 May 2024

Restoring trust and hope in Europe’s future

Rebuilding trust and re-engaging citizens requires a fundamental shift – a renewal of the social contract that places citizens’ hopes, fears, and ideas at the heart of shaping a Europe that works for all.
News - 7 May 2024

Equal in the right to vote

When it comes to guaranteeing equal rights and opportunities to all members of society, there is a lot of work to be done, and even more so when we talk about the most vulnerable groups, such as people with disabilities. The philanthropy sector can and should use its resources, including its networks, experience and knowledge to support this equality.
News - 16 April 2024

Barrow Cadbury Trust – Feeling the Heat

Climate change is already impacting the people, places and causes that foundations care about. Still, for a variety of reasons, philanthropy practitioners often struggle to translate their awareness and…
News - 3 April 2024

How affordable housing helps tackle social inequality: The Community Land Trust Model

Community Land Trust Brussels (CLTB) develops permanently affordable housing projects in Brussels for people with limited means on collectively-owned land.
News - 11 March 2024

The novel way of the entrepreneur: How young people change entrepreneurship and what they need to flourish

Entrepreneurial landscapes evolve with each generation. We are thus witnessing a significant shift today shaped by the emerging Generation Z (or Gen Z) workforce. With their ascent into the en-trepreneurial sphere, understanding and integrating their unique values and approaches toward the sustainable and digital transition is critically important.
News - 11 March 2024

The Chicago Commitment ‒ Cities of Tomorrow

As part of the “Cities of Tomorrow” series, Philea spoke with Tara Magner, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, to learn more about the origin…
News - 29 February 2024

Civil Society Week 2024

The Civil Society Days 2022 will take place on 15-17 March, offering a chance for participants from civil society and the institutions to discuss "The EU as a driver of shared prosperity – civil society for an economy that works for people & the planet".
News - 29 February 2024

ECNL and Philea publish second edition of ‘How to Use EU Law to Protect Civic Space’

The ECNL and Philea have published the second edition of the handbook on “How to Use EU Law to Protect Civic Space” that highlights how CSOs can use EU…
News - 28 February 2024

Funding for systems change: The story of Barrow Cadbury Trust’s Transition to Adulthood Campaign

Increasingly, foundations are showing an interest in systems change work as a means of achieving greater impact when tackling intractable issues.
News - 27 February 2024

EU AML/CFT Package close to final deal

On 18 January 2024, the EU Council and European Parliament reached a provisional agreement on two important pieces of the EU anti-money laundering (AML) and countering the…