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Fundraising is more than proposal writing!

As pressure on civil society increases worldwide, and its space to operate as an independent development actor is diminishing in many places, funding from the more conventional donors seems to be more of a challenge to secure. It is arguable that survival for Civil Society Organisations is becoming less about responding to donor calls and proposal writing with international donors in mind, and maybe more about mobilising support and raising funds locally. Deliberate actions towards finding alternate funding sources and other types of support are now more than ever, integral to the operations of all CSOs. >>

 

The big picture;Why Change the Game Academy?

While we can be busy implementing our action plans and organizing the trainings, it is good to sometimes take a step back and look at the bigger picture. Why did we start Change the Game Academy? >>

 

Classroom Course on Mobilising Support Phase-2, by Smile Foundation, New Delhi, India

Smile Foundation, a CtGA national Partner in India, organizes a classroom course on Mobilising Support (MS). It is a course in which you learn to claim specific rights from local authorities or institutes. During the course you will make a plan in which you identify your opponents and your allies and plan your activities The course of 10 days, will be done in two phases of 5 days each: Phase-1 from Jan 15-19, 2019 and Phase-2 from Feb 28 - Mar 4, 2019. >>

 

The state of Asian philanthropy

Despite the title of this article, can there be said to be a ‘state’ of Asian philanthropy? One of the sector’s most obvious traits is its diversity but some trends and issues seem discernibly common. In an article in Alliance last year, Andrew Milner found a European philanthropy sector which was dynamic and quoted from a study by the Observatoire de la Fondation de France that ‘new ways of giving…are changing the philanthropic landscape’. Can the same be said about a region as diverse as Asia? Is the landscape for philanthropy dynamic and vibrant? Are new ways of giving changing it? What are the trends in philanthropy, and the obstacles to its growth? And, if change is happening, how is government reacting to it, through policy and regulation? >>