Social Change Philanthropy in America

Social Change Philanthropy in America

Author: Alan Rabinowitz

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 0899305369

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 270

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Rabinowitz examines the experience, operational practices, and future prospects of philanthropists who have been involved in funding national campaigns and grassroots organizations that focus on social change concerns over the past 30 years. He offers new insights into who the funders are and how they think, how funders actually make decisions, what types of grants are made, and the tax, political and historical aspects of social change funding and its role in America's philanthropic system.

Philanthropy in America

Philanthropy in America

Author: Dwight Burlingame

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781576078600

Category: History

Page: 886

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A landmark three-volume reference work documenting philanthropy and the nonprofit sector throughout American history, edited by the field's most widely recognized authority. * Over 200 A-Z entries on people, events, organizations, and ideas in U.S. philanthropic history * Nearly 200 contributors--distinguished scholars from a variety of disciplines * Over 75 primary source documents from the Poor Laws of 1601 to excerpts from the Filer Commission Report of 1975 * Chronology of important events in philanthropic history

American Philanthropic Foundations

American Philanthropic Foundations

Author: David C. Hammack

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 9780253025432

Category: Social Science

Page: 390

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Once largely confined to the biggest cities in the mid-Atlantic and Great Lakes states, philanthropic foundations now play a significant role in nearly every state. Wide-ranging and incisive, the essays in American Philanthropic Foundations: Regional Difference and Change examine the origins, development, and accomplishments of philanthropic foundations in key cities and regions of the United States. Each contributor assesses foundation efforts to address social and economic inequalities, and to encourage cultural and creative life in their home regions and elsewhere. This fascinating and timely study of contemporary America's philanthropic foundations vividly illustrates foundations' commonalities and differences as they strive to address pressing public problems.

Civic Engagement, Civil Society And Philanthropy in the USA, Romanian & Mexico

Civic Engagement, Civil Society And Philanthropy in the USA, Romanian & Mexico

Author: Dr. Olga Magdalena Lazin

Publisher: Book Venture Publishing LLC

ISBN: 9781641665971

Category: Education

Page: 760

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“Decentralized Globalization” cites analysis and data proving the effectiveness of all Free Trade Agreements, especially within NAFTA. It has done a world of good. California is perfectly intertwined with the Mexican economy; the balance struck being a perfect model for the rest of the World. The race for Free Trade agreements and elimination of tariff has started long time ago with the creation of the EU, and it works. Civic society keeps the government honest and clamors to take into account the non-governmental interest groups. E.g. to reform Constitutions. Too many countries will need to change from their judicial systems, from “guilty until proven innocent to “innocent until proven guilty”, which should be the norm in the twenty-first Century.

Government and Policy for U.S. Health Leaders

Government and Policy for U.S. Health Leaders

Author: Raymond J. Higbea

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

ISBN: 9781284182125

Category: Education

Page: 316

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Written with graduate students in mind, this balanced, cross-disciplinary text explores health policy from all directions -- theory, philosophy, ethics, history, economics, analysis, etc. -- for a complete and thorough examination of policy today. Its unique approach comprehensively explores the health policy process; looking at why we are here, how we got here, and what are the outcomes. Beginning with government, political philosophy and health policy, this comprehensive text moves before on to a thorough examination of international health comparisons, political theory and the policy process. The book concludes with health policy topical concerns, policy outcomes, and advocacy. Its broad cross-disciplinary approach to the health policy process makes this text an ideal, well-rounded resource for policy courses across the health professions.

Philanthropy and the Nonprofit Sector in a Changing America

Philanthropy and the Nonprofit Sector in a Changing America

Author: Charles Clotfelter

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 0253214831

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 580

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This collection brings together the views of a stellar assemblage of scholars, practitioners, . . . and a host of other talented and distinguished citizens of the independent sector . . . . A 'must read.' —Philanthropy Monthly In an attempt to analyze future directions of the increasingly influential nonprofit sector, the American Assembly and the Indiana Center on Philanthropy sponsored a conference that brought in leading scholars and practitioners. Participants were asked to consider what forces will determine the shape and activities of philanthropy and the nonprofit sector in the next decade. This volume is a product of this inquiry. Contributors focused on a variety of pressures, including the devolution of federal programs, the blurring of lines between non-profit and for-profit organizations; the changing distributions of income; a revived interest in community and civil society; the evolution of religion and other regulatory reform; and a retreat of government from various policy areas.

New Philanthropy and Social Justice

New Philanthropy and Social Justice

Author: Morvaridi, Behrooz

Publisher: Policy Press

ISBN: 9781447321323

Category: Political Science

Page: 176

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There is a broad consensus that traditional philanthropy has the potential to be transformative and address inequalities and injustices, as well as provide relief to the poor. Over the last two decades individual capitalists and private corporations have become increasingly involved in philanthropy, often through foundations targeted at helping to reduce social problems associated with poverty, disease and food insecurity. This important book questions the political and ideological reasons behind rich individuals and large companies choosing to engage in poverty reduction through philanthropy. The question of concern is not whether new philanthropy is good or bad, but what motivates this form of giving and whether the sources of new philanthropy funding are legitimate. The book argues that this new philanthropy risks being a sticking plaster without long-term results, because it fails to tackle social injustice or the structural reasons for inequality. It will be of value to academics, upper-level undergraduates and postgraduates in politics, sociology, economics and development studies.

Philanthropy and Social Change in Latin America

Philanthropy and Social Change in Latin America

Author: Cynthia Sanborn

Publisher: Harvard Univ David Rockefeller

ISBN: UOM:39015063687852

Category: History

Page: 484

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Latin America is a profoundly philanthropic region with deeply rooted traditions of solidarity with the less fortunate. Recently, different forms of philanthropy are emerging in the region, often involving community organization and social change. This volume brings together groundbreaking perspectives on such diverse themes as corporate philanthropy, immigrant networks, and new grant-making and operating foundations with corporate, family, and community origins.

Philanthropic Foundations

Philanthropic Foundations

Author: Ellen Condliffe Lagemann

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 025311294X

Category: Social Science

Page: 518

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"Foundations are socially and politically significant, but this simple fact... has mostly been ignored by students of American history.... This collection represents an important contribution to an emerging field." -- Kenneth Prewitt, Social Science Research Council

Foundations for Social Change

Foundations for Social Change

Author: Daniel Faber

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Pub Incorporated

ISBN: UOM:39015063650793

Category: Social Science

Page: 330

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This multi-disciplinary collection blends broad overviews and case studies as well as different theoretical perspectives in a critique of the relationship between United States philanthropic foundations and movements for social change. Scholars and practitioners examine how these foundations support and/or thwart popular social movements and address how philanthropic institutions can be more accountable and democratic in a sophisticated, provocative, and accessible manner. Foundations for Social Change brings together the leading voices on philanthropy and social movements into a single collection and its interdisciplinary approach will appeal to scholars, students, foundation officials, non-profit advocates, and social movement activists.

Globalization, Philanthropy, and Civil Society

Globalization, Philanthropy, and Civil Society

Author: Soma Hewa

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0387261486

Category: Social Science

Page: 256

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Examines complex and diverse links between philanthropy, civil society and globalization as a single theme that goes beyond standard economic interpretations Has the potential to generate interest among a wider audience of academics, public policy makers and administrators in the field of philanthropy, civil society and globalization