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    King Baudouin Foundation releases key figures of 2017

    EFC member, King Baudouin Foundation, has released interesting and exciting data about their movements in 2017! 

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    Fondazione CON IL SUD announces ten projects fighting migrant exploitation

    EFC member Fondazione CON IL SUD have recently announced ten new projects surrounding migration exploitation. These new initiatives come following the ‘Immigration call for proposals’ released by the foundations in support of labour integration and the fight against trafficking and sexual exploitation of migrants in the southern regions of Italy (Basilicata, Calabria, Campania, Puglia, Sardinia, and Sicily). 

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    City Bridge Trust launches new grant programme to tackle inequality

    EFC member City Bridge Trust has recently launched its new grant programme ‘Bridging Divides’. This initiative comes following an extensive review of its funding and will now see approximately £100 million distributed over the next five years to tackle inequality across London. 

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    EFC attends FATF PSCF meeting in Vienna April 23-24 on behalf of wider philanthropy

    As last year, EFC will attend the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Private Sector Consultative Forum (PSCF) from 22-24 April on behalf of WINGS and the wider philanthropy sector– having one of the four new seats for the non-profit sector for which the EFC, as part of the wider FATF NPO coalition, has been successfully advocating for.

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    The GDPR and you − How philanthropic organisations can navigate the EU’s new data protection rules

    How does the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) affect institutional philanthropy organisations? Are you ready for its implementation end May 2018? The EFC has, over the past year, been working with members, both one on one and through facilitated peer-to-peer exchanges, to identify the key issues around GDPR and to address members’ queries and concerns.

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    New report details the work of EFC member Rinat Akhmetov Foundation and humanitarian actors in Ukraine

    The Overseas Development Institute has release a new report “Humanitarian access and local organisations in Ukraine” describing the  needs and response of the main humanitarian assistance actors in Donbass, Ukraine.  Among those actively working in this area is EFC member, Rinat Akhmetov Foundation. 

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    Open Society Foundations launches call for collaboration: Roma Healthy Start

    OSF is looking for inspiring examples of collaborations across sectors designed to improve the health of Roma children and mothers in CEE countries with high Roma population, including but not limited to Bulgaria, Hungary, Macedonia, Romania, and Serbia.

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    India’s Puja Marwaha wins Fifth Olga Alexeeva Memorial Prize

    The Fifth Olga Alexeeva Memorial Prize has been awarded to an Puja Marwaha, chief executive of Child Rights and You (CRY).  The prize is awarded to a worthy individual who has shown leadership, creativity and results in developing philanthropy for social change in new and emerging markets or countries. It is the perfect chance to recognise someone for their pioneering, outstanding efforts in developing philanthropy

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    “For a generous society” – English edition of the book by Pier Mario Vello and Martina Reolon now available

    Recently published in English, this book by Pier Mario Vello and Martina Reolon addresses the traumas, pain, social evolutions, civil, economic and political upheavals, misleading cultures and traditions and predatory practices, and reveals how necessary a radical change in the praxis and interpretation of our way of ‘being together’ is.

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    Nando and Elsa Peretti Foundation conceives new programme to support millions of refugees and displaced people in South Sudan

    The Nando and Elsa Peretti Foundation has called on other leading private foundations across the world to join their attempts to save the millions of refugees and displaced people from violence, starvation and disease. In light of the complexities and scale of this humanitarian emergency, the foundation has conceived a comprehensive plan that foresees both an immediate and a mid-term financial commitment of EUR 2 million to reach and intervene on the lives of about 920,000 people.