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Here are the latest publications from our hosted programmes and ideas from our staff, searchable by date, title or programme. For further information on any of these publications email info@global-dialogue.org

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The Ariadne Podcas‪t‬ – Gender Lens Investing Series


Ariadne had published its first series of podcasts, on the role Gender Lens Investing plays in the growing field of ethical impact investing.

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2021 Ariadne Forecast for European Social Change and Human Rights Funders


The Ariadne Forecast is a community created resource that draws on Ariadne’s network of more than 616 funders in 22 countries.

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NORRAG Podcast 04


The IEFG: role of a philanthropic affinity network within global education.

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Philanthropy in Education: Diverse Perspectives and Global Trends


Chapter Three of Philanthropy in Education: Diverse Perspectives and Global Trends, published by Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. in November 2019.

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Mainstreaming Equity in Education


Issue Paper Commissioned by the International Education Funders Group.

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A new Global Initiative on Civic Space and Security


Security laws and policies have severely squeezed civic space over the last two decades. And Covid-19 has seen Governments create more emergency powers which many will be reluctant to relinquish. It is time for a globally-networked, strategic response which pushes back on the drivers as well as the results of this repression.

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2020 Ariadne Forecast for European Social Change and Human Rights Funders


The Ariadne Forecast is a community created resource that draws on Ariadne’s network of more than 616 funders in 22 countries.

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Human Rights Grantmaking Principles


Making a way forward – Community Organising and the Future of Democracy in Europe, published by Ariadne and the European Community Organising Network, presents insights from funders on the role that community organising can play for protecting liberal and inclusive democracies.

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