Trafficking in Human Beings – A priority, or not so much? A reality check !

Posted on 1 December 2014 | Johan Debuf Human rights, citizenship & democracy

A sample of prostitution victims: ‘Iris’ was locked up in her apartment, burned on the arm with the tip of a knife, heated on a gas fire, and calls for help but is too afraid of her pimp to openly accuse him … ‘Claudia’, who worked as a window prostitute for 3 years, sends all […]

Will the EU and its Member States support foundations?

Posted on 18 November 2014 | Gerry Salole Foundations' operationsUncategorized

Our organisations, the European Foundation Centre (EFC) and the Donors and Foundations Networks in Europe (DAFNE) representing together over 7,000 foundations, would like to call your attention to the proposed EU regulation on the European Foundation (FE), and the critical role of all EU Members States in finalising the negotiations towards its adoption by the […]

Mobilizing Action: A Look at the Post-2015 Agenda and the Role of Foundations

Posted on 25 September 2014 | Minh-Thu Pham Socio-economic development, poverty

With just over 460 days left in the countdown to achieving the UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), the United Nations General Assembly meets this week to discuss the next global strategy for tackling the development challenges of our time. The so-called post-2015 development agenda seeks to finish the job of the MDGs and tackle a […]




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