Pro Bono Week is a global campaign that takes place every October. During this week, thousands of professionals volunteer their skills and expertise to help charitable organizations around the world.
Experts, supporters and shapers of the Pro Bono movement from all over Europe will be gathering in Budapest in October 2017 to attend the 2nd European Pro Bono Summit. After several successful Global Pro Bono Summit and first European Pro Bono Summit in Paris
Since April 14, Miss Getty, a lawyer from the Netherlands, works as a legal volunteer in Puducherry, Tamil Nadu, India promoting women’s rights. ‘How successful are we? That is what we like you to find out for us’, told Mr. Lawrence this morning, when I was attending Getty’s first day at work in the office.
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The 2017 Global Pro Bono Summit will be held in Lisbon, Portugal from 7th to 10th March and draw CSR, HR leaders, foundations, government representatives and pro bono movement leaders from over 30 countries. The Summit challenges pro bono movement leaders to identify ways to increase their impact and hold each other accountable to delivering and facilitating pro bono work that drives social change. The summit this year will be hosted by Social Entrepreneurs Agency .
The 4th Global Pro Bono Summit in Singapore seeks to strengthen the movement in Asia and explore opportunities for cross-sector collaboration. We are supported in this endeavor by our local partner, Conjunct Consulting, which has a lot of experience in collaborating with governments and administrations. Samantha Lee is president of…
The campaign “SOKO Logic” aims to spread ideas about “Pro Bono” and “Social Entrepreneurship” in civil society. It is open to all interested organizations and companies to participate. A strange behavior can be observed among those talented individuals that represent the future hope of the free economy in Germany and across the globe: They work pro bono – free of charge and for the public good to benefit organizations in the social sector.