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Tax relief on charity donations ‘effective’ but often skewed in favour of the wealthy – CAF

May 17, 2016 | New Report Released Tax incentives encourage people and businesses to give more to charity but are too often skewed in favor of the wealthy and causes favored by governments, an international study has concluded. People are significantly more likely to have given to charity in the past month if they live… CONTINUE READING >>


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The Battle to Stop Human Trafficking

Human trafficking, or modern slavery, is a global tragedy which leaves no country unaffected. The International Labour Organization currently estimates that 40.3 million people are victims of trafficking globally. Trafficking impacts women, men, and children, and it often involves prostitution or other sexual exploitation, forced labor, or other forms of exploitation. According to statistics, women… CONTINUE READING >>

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