Others

Reports and publications written by other organizations (such as the United Nations) and distributed on our website.

UNDP E-book – Working With Civil Society in Foreign Aid: Possibilities for South-South Cooperation? (Nov 2013)
UNDP E-book – Working With Civil Society in Foreign Aid: Possibilities for South-South Cooperation? (Nov 2013)
The E-book “Working With Civil Society in Foreign Aid – Possibilities for South-South Cooperation?” reviews different roles, experiences, and lessons learned from working with civil society in development cooperation. It compares and analyses common themes and good practices from numerous aid-providing countries. It also puts forth potential issues and questions for consideration regarding future engagement ...
Hudson Institute’s 2013 Philanthropic Freedom Index and Report
Hudson Institute’s 2013 Philanthropic Freedom Index and Report
    Title: Philanthropic Freedom: A Pilot Study Organization: The Hudson Institute’s Center for Global Prosperity Website: http://www.hudson.org/research/9555-philanthropic-freedom-a-pilot-study Date of publication: April 19th 2013 This report measures and compares the ease of giving across 13 countries for the first time. China being one of the countries analyzed, we have decided to present it on our ...
2012 China Social Enterprise Report, FYSE
2012 China Social Enterprise Report, FYSE
Since 2010, FYSE has conducted the annual China Social Enterprise survey to understand the characteristics of social entrepreneurs in China, as well as their scale, challenges and impact. The 2013 survey will provide crucial data to follow up on the previous studies in order to draw conclusions and provide recommendations for investors, intermediaries, government and ...
International Rivers Report: New NGO Guide on Chinese-built Dams Around the World
International Rivers Report: New NGO Guide on Chinese-built Dams Around the World
Chinese dam builders have come to dominate the world market. Civil society groups have documented serious social and environmental impacts with numerous Chinese dams in Africa, Asia and Latin America. A new guide published by International Rivers explains how NGOs can influence Chinese dam builders and advocate for social and environmental interests. In the past ...