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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GPL

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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EMP

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 Course

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

My new favorite book of all time
2018/02/05
For years, I’ve been saying Steven Pinker’s The Better Angels of Our Nature was the best book I’d read in a decade. If I could recommend just one book for anyone to pick up, that was it. Pinker uses meticulous research to argue that we are living in the most peaceful time in human history. I’d never seen such a clear explanation of progress.
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WEEKLY WORK DYNAMICS JAN. 22-28, 2018
2018/02/05
WEEKLY WORK DYNAMICS JAN. 22-28, 2018
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WEEKLY WORK DYNAMICS JAN. 8-14, 2018
2018/01/23
JAN. 10-12: The East-West Philanthropy Forum and CGPI
organized the 4th East-West Philanthropists Summit on the Big Island of Hawaii with the theme of "United Action for a Sustainable Planet". Our sponsors Niu Gensheng and He Qiaonyu, board director Geng Ming (on behalf of Bill Gates) and Gretchen Wagner (on behalf of Ray Dalio) attended the forum along with nearly 100 global leaders and philanthropists, including Japanese philanthropist Fukutake Soichiro (the Naoshima Method), Mr. Jorge Chediek (UNOSSC Director & Envoy of the Secretary-General), Maya Soetoro-Ng (sister of Barack Obama), Peter Rundlet (Director of International Strategy, Barack Obama Foundation), Thomas Kaplan (Co-founder of Panthera), Dietmar Grimm (President, the Paulson Institute) and Sofia Michelakis (Relationship Management Lead - Giving Pledge, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation) discussed climate change, marine conservation, rural revitalization and green finance. Highlights included a message from former President Obama, presentations about the Peach Flower Island collaboration and Lu Dezhi’s books in English, and a ceremony honoring sustainability leaders
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"United Action for a Sustainable Planet" – The Fourth East-West Philanthropists Summit draws to a close
2018/01/22
Maya Soetoro-Ng, Founder of Ceeds of Peace and the maternal half-sister of the 44th President of the United States of America, read out a letter from President Obama to the meeting at the award ceremony. In his letter, Barack Obama said, “My sister, Maya has told me about the high-level meetings you have convened in the US, China, Japan and Europe, and the effective partnerships you have formed for education, the environment, and a safer tomorrow. These are issues of great importance to me as well, so I encourage you to continue the good things you are already doing and thank you for your efforts to protect the environment, promote sustainable energy, and build healthy communities. Your work to increase understanding and collaborative problem solving, engage in social entrepreneurship and green finance, and encourage young leaders is vital to our shared future.”

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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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