EMP 2017 Autumn Program opens

EMP 2017 Autumn Program opens

the second anniversary

the second anniversary

Brainstorming Sessions in Six Cities

Brainstorming Sessions in Six Cities

The 1st Class of Startup Partners for Senior Social Finance Seminar Is Recruited!

The 1st Class of Startup Partners for Senior Social Finance Seminar Is Recruited!

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Global Philanthropy Leaders Program (GPL)
Being the first philanthropy program targeting China's High Networth Individuals, it aims to gain "philanthropic knowledge" and achieve "philanthropic economy" by using world's top exchange platforms for philanthropists and collaboration with top universities, and to foster philanthropy leaders that have a global vision and pattern and ability to lead the development of the society.
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Executive Management of Philanthropy (EMP) Program
The Executive Management of Philanthropy (EMP) Program is a leading nonprofit management and philanthropy training program created by the China Global Philanthropy Institute (CGPI). Its mission is to develop visionary leaders who can affect dynamic, innovative social change in China and Greater China.
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Featured Courses
The excellent courses targeting to different audiences are aimed at providing diversified training and exchange platform for philanthropists and upgrading the philanthropy professional level, including Issue Courses, Open Courses, Master Class, Online Courses, Schoolfellow Lectures and CGPI Philanthropy Seminar Series.
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Latest News

The China-US NGPP Program and the First Course to be opened in New York
2018/01/15
The first course of the China-US NGPP, which is carried out from January 15 to January 20, 2018 in New York, the United States, is focused on "Family Legacy and Strategic Philanthropy".
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Ma Weihua: Do philanthropic work in a wolflike spirit
2018/01/12
Ma Weihua recently gave an interview to reporters of Nanfang Daily, on which occasion he talked about philanthropy and his experience in doing philanthropic work and his recommendations on how Shenzhen should develop.
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Macron meets with Ma Weihua and other Chinese entrepreneur representatives
2018/01/10
On January 9 afternoon, Macron met with several Chinese entrepreneur representatives, including Ma Weihua, Chairman of the Board of China Global Philanthropy Institute, and Ma Yun, Chairman of the Board of Alibaba Group.
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Social impact investment: China is making a breakthrough
2018/01/10
China Philanthropy Times devoted two entire pages to the affair that, Global Philanthropic Financial Forum and the 2017 Social Impact Investment Summit was held by China Global Philanthropy Institute in Shenzhen, in December 2017.
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Weekly Work Dynamics DEC. 25-31, 2017
2018/01/08
DEC. 25-29: We held the 2017 work reporting and discussed the plans for the work in 2018. President Wang Zhenyao and each center brainstormed on these questions: a) how to implement the CGPI Five Year Plan; b) how to build a globalized modern philanthropy knowledge system consisting of theory, case study and practicum; and c) how to proceed with our work from a global perspective.
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President's views | China's all-out effort to alleviate poverty: Social milestones and basic challenges
2018/01/05
The following commentary by President Wang Zhenyao of China Global Philanthropy Institute, headlined China's All-out Effort to Alleviate Poverty: Social Milestones and Basic Challenges was published in the 637th edition of Phoenix Weekly. President Wang Zhenyao believed that the Chinese government is now implementing a major poverty alleviating social program, which has already made great progress. In fact, it is a poverty alleviating effort of global significance. China still faces daunting challenges as it works hard to fight poverty.
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