IN PARTNERSHIP WITH EFC & DAFNE, SPONSORED BY MERCER
The future of philanthropy in Europe
A new paradigm for European philanthropy? Or back to the old ways?
The face of European philanthropy is changing. Funding priorities, strategies and practices are being re-examined in response to wealth inequality, the climate emergency and the Covid pandemic. To meaningfully contribute to Europe’s most pressing issues, philanthropy needs to collaborate with other agents of change. This panel will hear from leading European philanthropists and practitioners who will explain how they’re responding to a new set of challenges.
This event is part of Alliance’s 25th anniversary series, exploring what the future of philanthropy holds in six different regions across the world. This webinar is in partnership with EFC and DAFNE and is sponsored by Mercer.
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What are the current priorities for philanthropy in Europe?
What do foundations across Europe need to do in order to ensure they're still relevant to meeting the challenges of the next quarter century?
Are we seeing enough collective action from our sector to address climate change?
Does Europe have the right kind of philanthropy infrastructure to meet these challenges?
How do foundation investments need to shift in the coming years?
Lorem i• What do foundations across Europe need to do to ensure they’re still relevant to meeting the challenges of the next quarter century?
Lore• What do foundations across Europe need to do to ensure they’re still relevant to meeting the challenges of the next quarter century?
Founder, Indigo Trust
Chair of the European Foundation Centre, and Corporate Director of Research and Health at “la Caixa” Foundation
Chief Knowledge Officer, Jacobs Foundation
Vice President Europe , TechSoup (Poland)
Executive Editor, Alliance magazine