‘Diverse Democracy’, the European Foundation Centre’s 2017 ‘Championing Philanthropy’ exhibition showcases, through a diverse range of projects by its members, how institutional philanthropy encourages and promotes democracy in Europe.
From 18 September to 10 November, an exhibition in the Belgian capital will explain “when food is produced sustainably”, “where the narrowest gap between hunger and obesity is” and “where the fight against food waste is most effective”. Organised by the Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition, this truly multi-sensory journey will get viewers involved and will demonstrate how much our dietary choices impact not only our health, but also the world we live in.
“In the eye of the beholder” is an exhibition of human portraits focusing on the everyday heroes involved in the EEA Grants NGO Programme for Greece entitled “We are all Citizens”. Implemented across the country between 2014-2017, with a contribution of 7,34M Euros from Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein, the programme has had a significant impact on the lives of more than 200,000 people.
Philanthropy House is pleased to announce that Bertelsmann Stiftung’s project, Challenging Chances – Escape in Pictures, will be displayed at Philanthropy House from the 29th of March until the 6th of June. The exhibition promises to be an eye-opening display of over twenty photo stories from people who have sought refuge in Germany.
Fritt Ord is a foundation established to protect and promote freedom of expression and free public debate in Norway, and it wanted to explore this under-reported form of cultural expression. Though the project “Digital Lives – New Words on Games”, the intention is to raise public consciousness about the position of games in society, and to promote critical thinking about games to a Norwegian audience.
EFC’s brand new ‘Championing Philanthropy’ exhibition is open from 15 November until the end of the year. Championing philanthropy showcases how institutional philanthropy improves lives through projects by its members, and brings to life a wide range of projects that have been devised and carried out by members of the European Foundation Centre’s Governing Council.
Visiting the Divina Natura exhibition means making use of different senses. You don’t just look at the objects: you need to touch, listen and smell them to bring them to life and experience the myths of nature from different ancient civilisations.
The exhibition Srebrenica Today, an initiative of ERSTE Foundation, was created to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide and the signing of the Dayton Agreement. First shown at the Srebrenica-Potočari Memorial Center as part of the official commemoration… Read More
Philanthropy makes a difference in every stage of human life – from infancy to adolescence, from early adulthood to a person’s advanced years. And it impacts every facet of life – from health to education, from environment to culture, among… Read More
Atlantic Philanthropies’ exhibition shares experiences and perspectives on the role of buildings and the built environment in community transformation.