This report on Indonesian philanthropy is part of a larger study by Philanthropy for Social Justice and Peace (PSJP), started in 2016, to review the current state of philanthropy in emerging economies and the role philanthropy is playing in the world today. This is the fifth report from the study.
The earlier four reports in the series are on Philanthropy in India (published October 2017), Philanthropy in Russia (published January 2018), Philanthropy in the Arab Region (published March 2018) dan Philanthropy in Brazil (published May 2018).
Like other reports, this is not a full-scale philanthropic statistical survey in Indonesia. The aim of the report is to highlight the current developments, barriers, and possibilities of philanthropy in Indonesia, especially highlighting innovations and new initiatives. In existing research, there are things to promote, support or strengthen various fields of philanthropy in this country. The area covered includes various forms of giving by the rich, including corporate philanthropy and family foundations that are seen in the growth of social enterprises and the impact of an investment. Interestingly, faith-based philanthropy and media philanthropy also provide the potential for social justice philanthropy.
Published by Philanthropy for Social Justice and Peace and written by Caroline Hartnell, this report is the result of collaboration with Alliance, Indonesia Philanthropy Association, Indonesia for Humanity and WINGS. A summary of the report is available in English and Indonesian.
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