PSFG's 2015 Annual conference & FEDERAL POLICY BRIEFING 

Seventy funders and philanthropists attended PSFG's 2015 Annual Conference and biennial Federal Policy Briefing. Highlights for 2015 included a pre-conference workshop with the OpEd Project, conference sessions on building partnerships, engaging religious actors, and innovative peace and security grantmaking; a lunch discussion on  learning from failure; a keynote address on corruption, philanthropy, and security by Sarah Chayes; and a day-long Federal Policy Briefing on trending peace and security issues for the 114th Congress. To read the report-back, click here.

the good, the bad & the ugly:

The Role of Funders in Conflict

Over the course of last year, PSFG convened a series of conversations around the role of funders in conflict. Our white paper and accompanying chart summarize these discussions, and recommend next steps to improve the efficacy of funders working in conflict and post-conflict settings. Our "top tips" (above) can also be found here.

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