Global Pro Bono Summit (#GPBS15) in Berlin, Germany

The 3rd Global Pro Bono Summit was held in Berlin. The Summit challenged pro bono movement leaders from 23 countries and AMAIDI to identify ways to increase their impact and hold each other accountable to delivering and facilitating pro bono work that drives social change.

Pro bono providers (“intermediaries”) belonging to the Global Pro Bono Network and corporate leaders in pro bono programing came to collaborate, to share best practices and learnings, and to create strategies to provide more high-quality and high-impact pro bono service. Ideas and topics that surfaced during the course of three days were transformed into actionable commitments for the coming year.  Read more about this inspiring summit in the 2015 Global Pro Bono Summit Report created by the BMW foundation.

Impressions from the event

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