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The Foundation 09/03/2012
TRH the Prince and Princess of Asturias to attend the working sessions.
This coming Friday, 7th September, at the headquarters of the IE Business School.
TRH the Prince and Princess of Asturias will attend the working sessions of The Hague Club annual meeting, which will be held on Friday, 7th September, in Madrid, sponsored by the IE (Instituto de Empresa) Foundation and the Prince of Asturias Foundation. The 2011 meeting was held in Turin and was organised by the Compagnia di San Paolo.
The main goal of the Club is to act as a forum for the discussion of issues relevant to foundations of international scope and of the role of philanthropy in the progress of contemporary societies, institutional cooperation and the exchange of knowledge. The foundations belonging to The Hague Club are private independent organisations based in Europe, although it also has some corresponding members from the USA, Asia and Australia.
Speakers will include:
- Rosa Gallego, deputy director of the Spanish Association of Foundations, who will speak on “The State of the Foundation Sector in Spain”.
- Antonio Garrigues Walker, director of the Garrigues law firm, whose talk is entitled “A New Civil Society”.
- Dr Pedro Alonso, president of the International Center for Medical Research in Barcelona and board member of the Manhiça Foundation (Mozambique), who will speak on “Challenges in Global Health”.
- Fernando Fernandez, professor at the IE Business School, who will speak on “Managing the Transition to the New Economic Scenario”.
News media wishing to cover this event must be accredited by the Department of Communication belonging to the Royal Household of HM the King:
Tel: 91 599 25 24, fax: 91 599 24 16, email@example.com.
The Hague Club
The Hague Club has its origins in discussions and meetings held in Europe in the 1960s, thanks to the efforts of a group of private foundations from the USA (Ford Foundation and Rockefeller Foundation) and Europe (Max Planck, Thyssen, Adriano Olivetti, Calouste Gulbenkian, Agnelli, Bernard Van Leer and Nuffield, among others).
It was formally established in 1971 during the International Foundations Meeting held in Turin at the behest of the Volkswagen Foundation (Germany), the Giovanni Agnelli Foundation (Italy), the Bernard van Leer Foundation (Netherlands) and the Wellcome Trust (UK). The Club takes its name from the Dutch city in which the preparatory meetings for its creation were held and aims to act as a forum for the discussion of issues relevant to foundations of international scope and of the role of philanthropy in the progress of contemporary societies.
List of institutions belonging to The Hague Club
Finnish Cultural Foundation Finland
Esmeé Fairbairn Foundation UK
Robert Bosch Stiftung Gmbh Germany
Stiftelsen Riksbankens Jubilemsfond Sweden
The Chen Yet-Sen Family Foundation Hong Kong
Gebert Rüf Stiftung Switzerland
Prince Bernhard Cultural Foundation Holland
The Myer Foundation Australia
Compagnia di San Paolo Italy
Oranje Fonds Holland
ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius Germany
Bernard van Leer Foundation Holland
Rockefeller Brothers Fund USA
Jacobs Foundation Switzerland
Bernard van Leer Foundation Holland
Jenny & Antti Wihuri Foundation Finland
The Leverhulme Trust UK
Fondazione Adriano Olivetti Italy
New Europe College Romania
Fundacion Instituto de Empresa Spain
Fritz Thyssen Stiftung Germany
Institusjonen Fritt Ord Norway
Velux Foundations Denmark
European Foundation Centre Belgium
Fundación Príncipe de Asturias Spain
Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenchaft Germany
Foundation Roi Baudouin Belgium
The Nuffield Foundation UK
Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian Portugal
The Welcome Trust UK
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