Latest updates on the upcoming China Charity Fair in Shenzhen
According to the organizing committee, the upcoming fourth China Charity Fair (CCF) will place much emphasis on the topic of internationalization and global communication. For the first time, there will be an international public welfare exhibition section in the fair. Over 200 foreign guests and organizations including the United Nations as well as Chinese organizations who have ‘gone-out’ will gather in the exhibition center in Shenzhen from September 18 to 20. Up to now, 93 international public welfare and charity organizations from 14 countries and regions in Asia, Europe, South and North America have confirmed their participation, bringing in cutting-edge thoughts and advanced organizational models. Philanthropists and representatives from foundations …read more
2015 Young Sex Educators Forum held in Beijing
After the successful first forum in 2014, this year the Forum marched into a bigger stage and aimed to widen the platform of dialogue on sex education.
Recende releases “first” report on philanthropic crowd-funding in China
Recende Center on Fundraising recently published the first Report on Philanthropy Crowdfunding.
Discussion panels on NGOs helping left-behind children
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Thinking Strategically: An Interview with Huang Haoming, Executive Director of CANGO
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The Shenzhen Charity Fair: Charity Banquet or Awkward Show?
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“Transformation and Development”: The 2014 China Private Foundation Forum
Patrick Burton writes about the 2014 China Private Foundation Forum, which was held in Beijing at the beginning of December.
Inspiration from Expertise-based Grassroots Advocacy
CDB’s Chief Researcher Liu Haiying gives some examples of successful advocacy campaigns pushed forward by groups of experts.
The April 20, 2013 Sichuan Earthquake: How You Can Contribute
The magnitude 7.0 earthquake which struck Lushan County, Sichuan on Saturday, April 20 was the most devastating earthquake to hit China since the Wenchuan earthquake of 2008, leaving more than 184 dead and more than 11,000 injured