NextPhilanthropy: What have we learned, and what’s next in global philanthropy?

In February Alliance Magazine hosted an event in London to discuss learnings and the latest trends in global philanthropy.

The event brought together a panel of five: Felix Oldenburg, Secretary General of the Association of German Foundations and chair of DAFNE; Kurt Peleman, European Representative of AVPN; Kristina Johansson, managing director of the Solberga Foundation and Nadya Hernandez, programs manager for WINGS, who was speaking live from Brazil. The discussion was moderated by Alliance editor Charles Keidan.

Read a conference report by Amy McGoldrick or watch the complete recording of the discussion. 

What’s next in the foundation and philanthropy sector?

Our first few hypotheses are: it will be more global, more transparent, more participatory, more collaborative, more digital, and more entrepreneurial; and there will be larger investment.

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