Pardee House Seminar: Global Philanthropy and Development

Global philanthropy is an emerging field with little documented precedent. The challenges and [...]benefits of this important practice are discussed in a wide-ranging discussion of philanthropy in the developing world with panelists Paula D. Johnson, Vice President and Director of Global Philanthropy at the Philanthropic Initiative, Inc.; Professor John Hammock from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University; and Dr. Shamsh Kassim-Lakha, founder and chair of the Pakistan Center for Philanthropy. The event was moderated by Professor Adil Najam, Director of the Pardee Center, who conducted a lively question-and-answer session following the roundtable.

Hosted by: The Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future on January 31, 2011

Tags: politics, education, pardee center, human development, pakistan, adil najam, government, poverty, philanthropy, developing world, john hammock, shamsh kassim-lakha, paula johnson, global philanthropy, pakistan center, philanthropic initiative, oxford, initiative

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