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Now available from the PtP Project: New insights into applications of the PtP concept to different asset classes

By on April 20, 2017

The PtP Project is pleased to bring you a new report from Project Direct Dr. Lester Salamon from Project Director Dr. Lester Salamon highlighting new insights unveiled at a recent PtP Conference into how the PtP concept can be applied

Lester Salamon speaks to the UN Statistics Division on the revision of the UN NPI Handbook

By on March 10, 2016

Center Director Lester Salamon was invited by the United Nations Statistics Division to present the work our Center is doing to advance the international statistical revolution in the measurement and understanding of the third sector during a side event of

Reflections on Volunteers, Civil Society, and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

By on July 16, 2015

In September, the United Nations will adopt the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), an overarching set of collective objectives for the development of people and the planet that will replace the expiring Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) on January 1, 2016. The

Measuring Volunteerism: Report on the UNV Side Event to the 46th Session of the United Nations Statistical Commission

By on July 7, 2015

The text of this post is drawn from a report authored by the United Nations Volunteers, which is available for download here. Center Director Lester Salamon, spoke at this event. _________________________   The UN Volunteer programme’s side event to the

Philanthropication thru Privatization: A way to build charitable assets?

By on September 30, 2013

I had the good fortune to be called out by name recently by celebrated Economist Magazine columnist Matthew Bishop for having put together his “dream conference” combining his “two favorite themes: privatization and philanthrocapitalism.”   The occasion for this comment

Ideas we took home from Lisbon | Reflections from the 2012 Philanthropy Fellows Conference

By on August 28, 2012

This is one of a series of posts by participants reflecting on the 21st Johns Hopkins International Fellows in Philanthropy Conference in Lisbon, Portugal.   From the 4th to the 6th of July, over twenty Johns Hopkins International Fellows in

Beyond the economic crisis: Portugal’s arts and culture adaptation | Reflections from the 2012 Philanthropy Fellows Conference

By on July 26, 2012

This is one of a series of posts by participants reflecting on the 21st Johns Hopkins International Fellows in Philanthropy Conference in Lisbon, Portugal.     From the 4th to the 6th of July, over twenty Johns Hopkins International Fellows