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Global Philanthropic Freedom

Carol Adelman

The Hudson Institute’s Center for Global Prosperity released the Index of Philanthropic Freedom 2015, the first-ever analysis of philanthropic freedom around the world, in June 2015. Dr. Carol Adelman, the director of the Center for Global Prosperity, oversaw the study and sat down with ACR to discuss its results as well as preview her upcoming participation in The Philanthropy Roundtable’s Annual Meeting.

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