Collaboration between European policymakers and philanthropy – yes, but how?

On 1 July, the European Policy Centre (EPC), together with DAFNE and EFC organised an online policy debate on how European policymakers and philanthropy can strengthen collaboration to support this transition. Topics ranged from philanthropy’s responses during the emergency phase to how to overcome the challenges philanthropy is facing and a call for the recognition of philanthropy.

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Resourcing revival and resilience building

With Europe slowly opening again, our attention turns to how philanthropy can build a resilient civil society, more equitable and better equipped for future points of crisis. As we transition to this revival phase, DAFNE is collecting resources relevant to philanthropy infrastructure organisations in the European Resource Hub 2.0 “COVID-19 Revival & Philanthropy”.

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PEXmagazine has been launched!

PEXmagazine has been launched!

We are proud to introduce our first ever PEXmagazine – the result of the PEXforum 2020 in Madrid, the first Europe-wide event bringing together leaders and experts from national, regional and European philanthropy networks.

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Reimagining European Philanthropy

Reimagining European Philanthropy

A new report by McKinsey & Company looks at the European philanthropic response to the COVID-19 crisis and imagines philanthropy’s role in the rebuilding and recovery efforts.

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DAFNE Summer Meeting 2020 Digest

DAFNE Summer Meeting 2020 Digest

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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Shaping the new normal

Shaping the new normal

This blog post by Birce Altay from TUSEV was originally published by Alliance Magazine. It comes following DAFNE’s annual Summer Meeting held on 19 May 2020, and offers a reflection on the topics explored in the meeting.

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