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Keeping the closing space open won’t be a solo effort : To challenge growing restrictions on civil society, philanthropy will need to work collaboratively. Infrastructure organizations should be at the fore

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Autor: Hanna Surmatz

Fecha de publicación: June 2018
Formato de publicación:  pdf 26,8 x 21 cm

Resumen:

Philanthropy is an integral part of civil society and many foundations dedicate significant resources to ensuring an independent, active and flourishing civil society space which depends on the freedom to act and the ability to respond to trends affecting this space. However, these things are coming under increased pressure from foreign funding restrictions, unfair and complicated tax regimes, hurdles in cross-border actions and the impact of legislation on counter terrorism/money laundering. This shrinking space, as it has come to be termed, is concerning a growing number of funders

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