Global Philanthropy Issue Briefs Series
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APRIL 23, 2013 – The Center for Public & Nonprofit Leadership at Georgetown Public Policy Institute is pleased to announce the publication of its Global Philanthropy Issue Brief Series. Commissioned in partnership with the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy at Georgetown University, the Issue Briefs can be downloaded for free from http://cpnl.georgetown.edu/research/publications/
In follow up to our 2012 Waldemar A. Nielsen Issue Forum, “Public Problems, Private Money: Can Global Philanthropy Make the Right Kind of Difference in Today’s World,” a number of prominent scholars, philanthropists, and policy makers wrote issue briefs that explore the ways in which philanthropy has attempted to change multilateral agendas.
The Issue Briefs currently available for download include:
By John Tirman
Executive Director and Principal Research Scientist
Center for International Studies
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Impact Philanthropy: How Strategic Grants Can Help Change Strategic Policy
By Joseph Cirincione
Changing Climates: Philanthropy, Environmental Policy, and Climate Change
By Melinda Kimble
Senior Vice President
These Issue Briefs highlight the challenges of addressing global problems that span national borders and require new philanthropic strategies in order to be addressed. We hope they will inform and inspire your ongoing efforts for change.