DAFNE and EFC embarked on an initiative to explore what are the legal, fiscal and administrative obstacles that restrict the space for philanthropy. Initially this involved consultation with members and then led to the commissioning of a study. Oonagh Breen, Professor of Law at the Sutherland School of Law, University College Dublin, undertook an analysis of the regulatory and political challenges and proposed ways forward in a report published in January 2018. This led to the identification of mitigating actions which included the development of the Philanthropy Advocacy project and collaborative work towards the creation of a Single Market for Philanthropy.
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CAF’s Giving Thought podcast, which explores trends in global philanthropy and civil society, has dedicated a mini-series of four episodes to discussing European philanthropy, featuring Max von Abendroth, Rosa Gallego, James Magowan, Julie Broome and Carola Carazzone.
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This year’s DAFNE Summer Meeting was held online with more than 70 participants, allowing a wide range of colleagues of DAFNE member organisations to engage in breakout and plenary sessions on thematic discussions, peer exchange and exploring the learnings for themselves and their organisations from the COVID-19 crisis in a “looking ahead” session.
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DAFNE members are active in 28 countries across Europe. They are uniquely placed to offer data on the philanthropy field and an understanding of the operating environment in their countries. We share this intelligence in our Country Profiles which provide information on the philanthropy sector and the DAFNE member. This shows that there are over…