New publication addresses regulatory incentives for individual philanthropy in Brazil
The FGV´s Rio de Janeiro Law School and FGV´s Sao Paulo Law School, in partnership with the Group of Institutes, Foundations and Companies (GIFE), a nonprofit organization, have just launched the book “Regulatory Incentives for Individual Philanthropy in Brazil.” Written by Natasha Salinas, Ana Leticia Salla and Michelle Sanches, the book is one of four volumes in the Economic Sustainability of Civil Society Organizations Collection.
The publication describes the culture of charity in Brazil, analyzes the effectiveness of incentives for donations by individuals to civil society organizations, and compares the regime with those of other countries. Finally, the book provides recommendations to improve the regulatory regime for individual philanthropy in Brazil.
This is the third volume of the collection, which is the outcome of a project designed to strengthen civil society’s institutional capacity through the production of knowledge and changes to rules to expand its foundations for economic sustainability.
For more information about the book, click here.