This report, authored by Joan Spero and published in collaboration with WINGS builds greater awareness and understanding of the diversity and challenges of civil society in the so-called BRIC countries. In the absence of comprehensive data on philanthropy in these emerging market economies, the report identifies the cultural, economic, social, and political forces shaping giving in the BRIC countries and describes the growth and nature of their philanthropic activities. This report is an important first step in a broader conversation about the development of better systems for documenting and sharing the story of philanthropy in all its forms around the world.
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Title: Charity and Philanthropy in Russia, China, India, and Brazil
Publication date 2014-03-24
Publication Year 2014
Joan E. Spero
, Worldwide Initiatives for Grantmaker Support (WINGS)
Asia (Southeastern) / India
, Eurasia / Russia
, Asia (Eastern) / China
, South America (Northeastern) / Brazil
, INDIA AND BRAZIL
, civil society organizations
, BRIC countries
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