A baseline for our core purpose and highlight issues relating to international philanthropy and impact investing abroad...

The AIDN Committee has determined that sector research into the scale and scope of international philanthropy and impact investing by Australians is a first priority.

It will allow AIDN to pull together many disparate sources of information into one report, provide a baseline for our core purpose, and highlight the structure, stakeholders, flows, trends and issues relating to international philanthropy and impact investing abroad.

The report will aim to develop a map of the (i) layers (ii) channels (iii) key players in this sector and estimate the current quantum of annual philanthropic and impact investing flows and holdingsThe report will also identify the key trends, issues and opportunities and estimated annual growth rates in this sector over the last 5 years.

AIDN believes that a peak in global inequality greatly increases the opportunity for Australians to help support communities abroad

AIDN believes the SDGs provide an excellent framework and lens through which to frame philanthropy and impact investing objectives abroad

AIDN believes the Philanthropy Australia Foundation Maps is a tool that can provide an understanding of the bigger picture of giving and investing in Australia

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