The Philanthropist In Review

In the fall of 2008, The Philanthropist was on the verge of moving online and wanted to mark this achievement by taking stock of its contribution to the practice of philanthropy over the years, while setting a course that looks forward to the future of this field. It was around this time that a box full…

From the Editor

This issue begins with our 2000 Student Essay Award winner’s article on “The Advancement of Religion in the Age of Fundamental Human Rights”. Kathryn Bromley, who recently graduated from the Faculty of Law, University of Toronto, addressed the question through a reconsideration of the facts and issues in the leading Commonwealth authority on the definition…

From the Editor

The Philanthropist is again in transition. Having secured a new publisher in 1987, the magazine now ventures to try a new editor, a much riskier business. Lynn Bevan served for six years as editor and set a truly daunting example for her successor. John Hodgson, chairman of the Management Board, stated-or rather understated-Lynn’s contribution as follows:…