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The European Foundation Centre undertook a survey to better understand existing organisational development practices among its members. The results of the study served also to inform the launching event of its newly created community of practice focusing on organisational development support.
The members of the Gender Equality Network have initiated an assessment to reflect on and share their experiences in integrating the gender dimension structurally into their organisational policies, practices and culture in the pursuit of greater equality.This report offers an initial analysis of the experiences and approaches of six funders; C&A Foundation, Foundation CHANEL, Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust, King Baudouin Foundation, Open Society Foundations, and the Wellcome Trust.
In partnership with the Communications Professionals in Philanthropy Network, the European Foundation Centre (EFC) undertook a benchmarking study to better understand how EFC members are communicating strategically and leveraging different tools. This report reflects the results through September 2019.
The European Foundation Centre and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation surveyed a sample of Europe-based EFC members to better understand how, why and what drives their international strategy and work. This infographic lays out key findings from that survey.
This infographic presents a snapshot of some key characteristics of EFC Members. The data was collected in 2017 as part of a general EFC Member survey.
This infographic presents a picture of how EFC Members approach the issue of diversity within their own organisations. The data was collected in 2017 as part of a general EFC Member survey.
In 2017 Foundation Center surveyed a sample of U.S.-based foundations about whether they conduct evaluations, what they evaluate, and whether they share what they learn outside of their organization. This infographic lays out key findings from that survey.
Civil society organizations (CSOs) are at the heart of Turkey's democratization process. Today there are more than 109,000 associations and 5,075 new foundations (established after the Republic) operating along with many informal organizations such as platforms, initiatives, and groups. Their areas of work are mostly concentrated in social solidarity, delivering social services, education, health and various rights-based issues. Over the past years, the not-for-profit sector in Turkey has grown both in size and the level of participation, and played a significant role in providing services and contributing to the democratization of the country. Despite all of these developments, legal constraints and financial sustainability continue to pose a challenge for the future of the sector. It is of critical importance for CSOs to ensure their financial viability to make a difference in society and contribute to social change through their activities and work
Russia Giving 2014-2016
Statistical data regarding corporate philanthropy in France which have been collected through a survey done by phone from 10th to 17th of February 2014 by CSA for Admical with a sample of 1019 companies of 1 or more employees.
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