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Saturday, December 3 • 16:30 - 18:30
New Trends in Fundraising: Where's the Money for Transparency?

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The role of International Cooperation in providing resources to sustain the work of CSOs, is central, especially in countries without an enabling environment. But these agents are not the only ones in the field of available resources for these organizations, and there are many ways to generate resources, monetary and others related with social capital.

In the last years, with the arise and consolidation of social networks and the development of new technologies, is possible to think in engaging people – individuals, communities, great philanthropists, employees, etc. - in the sustainability of diverse causes. And transparency, integrity and fight against impunity, are not less important to many of them than education or environment, but in general, are invisible topics to support.

In this session, we want to map not only the new tendencies in fundraising for these topics, but also find the links between "the new and the old": strategies of diversification of funds for CSOs, must think the lines that connect the presence of International Cooperation´s resources with other sources.

Thus, there are almost 3 aspects to be considered:

a) The role of International Cooperation aid to develop solid structures of joints or networks of CSOs that can work together, and create synergy (i.e. providing middle and long time grants, to create structures and capacity)

c) The chance for CSOs themselves generate resources that can be reinvest nonprofit in the organization to guarantee its sustainability (i.e. social enterprises)

In this manner, diversifying is to link resources - international, public, privates, individuals, etc- in agendas harmonized with the CSOs necessities, especially of those that work with problematic that can be supported for other means or that can be resisted in local level: this is the case of transparency, integrity and fight against impunity.

Speakers
avatar for Pilar Arcidiacono

Pilar Arcidiacono

Board member, Poder Ciudadano
Political Scientist, Magister in Social Policies and PhD in Social Sciences (Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA). | Board Member of Poder Ciudadano (Argentine Chapter of Transparency International) and member of the RACI (Red Argentina para la Cooperación Internacional)Executive Committee | Professor of Politcal Sociology and researcher in CONICET (Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas).
avatar for Juliana Catania

Juliana Catania

Deputy Director, RACI (Argentine Network for International Cooperation)
Graduated on Sociology at the University of Buenos Aires (Class of 2007-Graduated with honors). She completed a Masters in Public Policy and Development Management at UNSAM/Georgetown (2012-ongoing thesis). As a fellow of Fundación Carolina she completed a Masters in Immigration Management (2012) at Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, Spain. She also has a diploma in Evaluation on International Cooperation and Development Projects at... Read More →
avatar for Barbara Gerold-Wolke

Barbara Gerold-Wolke

Resource Development Coordinator, TI-S
avatar for Gabriela Sbarra

Gabriela Sbarra

Regional Liason Coordinator, Fundacion InterAmericana
Sociologist. Community Development Specialist in LAC. Experiences and practices in community development projects: strengthening democracy through transparency in decision-making and accountability to the community. International Cooperation: transparency as cross topic in grassroots development.

Session Coordinator
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Juliana Catania

Deputy Director, RACI (Argentine Network for International Cooperation)
Graduated on Sociology at the University of Buenos Aires (Class of 2007-Graduated with honors). She completed a Masters in Public Policy and Development Management at UNSAM/Georgetown (2012-ongoing thesis). As a fellow of Fundación Carolina she completed a Masters in Immigration Management (2012) at Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, Spain. She also has a diploma in Evaluation on International Cooperation and Development Projects at... Read More →



Saturday December 3, 2016 16:30 - 18:30
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