“Philanthropists urged to go public about gifts.” Sydney Morning Herald. September 2, 2014.
“The Aga Khan’s New Islamic Treasure Trove; The Imam’s vast collection will be housed in a new Toronto museum opening Sept. 18.” By Kelly Crow. Wall Street Journal. September 5, 2014.
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“Melbourne sex abuse priest Mato Krizanac returns to church in Bosnian parish.” Cameron Houston and Chris Vedelago. Sydney Morning Herald. September 7, 2014.
“Budget Cuts Hobble The World Health Organization’s Ebola Response.” All Things Considered/National Public Radio. September 4, 2014.
“FIFA Member’s Arrest Prompts Questioning.” By Graham Dunbar. Huffington Post. September 7, 2014.
“In Germany, Many Believers Balk at Tweak to Church Tax; As Loophole Closes, Disgruntled German Catholics and Protestants Opt to Officially Leave Churches.” By Chase Gummer. Wall Street Journal. September 3, 2014.
“Tabo monastery in Himachal gets Rs 45 crore institute of Bodh darshan.” By Anand Bodh. Times of India. September 3, 2014.
“CBI lens on Rs 33 crore Saradha ‘donations’.” By Dwaipayan Ghosh. Times of India. September 3, 2014.
“Will corporate cash save Roman monuments or diminish them?” By Anthony Faiola. Washington Post. September 7, 2014.
“Philanthropy: reclaiming the ‘P-word’ for a modern world: Do people think of vain tax dodgers when they hear the word philanthropist? Perhaps it needs rebranding; Philanthropy is dead. The voluntary sector needs commercial principles; Building better philanthropy for a better society; Why you don’t have to have wealth to be a philanthropist“. By Cheryl Chapman. Guardian. September 1, 2014.
“Development: not for people from different work and ethnic backgrounds? Based on current recruitment criteria, one reader laments that even Bill Gates would not be able to get a job in a British NGO: • 12 tips for getting a job in international development”. By Nicholas Milton. Guardian. September 2, 2014.
“Tony Blair named philanthropist of the year; Tony Blair’s GQ award has drawn criticism Reuters.” By Tony Bonnici. Times of London. September 3, 2014.
“Eight easy ways to give your fundraising a data boost: Donor data is a priceless resource for fundraisers. Ben Carter at Change.org explains how to use it to take your fundraising from average to outstanding; How charities can understand and manage data; How data analysis can help your charity to enhance its fundraising results; Opening up the voluntary sector: using data to drive innovation.” By Ben Carter. Guardian. September 3, 2014.
“Six reasons why charities should harness hyperlocal communications: While it is easy to get drowned out in mainstream channels, charities that are focusing on local outlets are seeing fantastic results; 10 things your charity needs to know about social media; Five social media charity campaigns you need to know about.” By Zoe Amar. Guardian. September 4, 2014.
“Charities should stick to knitting and keep out of politics, says MP; New civil society minister Brooks Newmark accused of spouting ‘patronising rubbish’ as concerns over Lobbying Act grow.” By Rowena Mason. Guardian. September 5, 2014.
“Blair faith project hit by withdrawal of Harvard school.” By David Brown. Times of London. September 6, 2014.