Laws and regulations in other countries are creating increasingly onerous requirements upon philanthropy and civil society operating within them. Countries like India, Mexico, and China are instituting policies that restrict the flow of charitable funds across borders.
This has been described as a “closing space” for civil society and philanthropy. Navigating this growing trend is vital for funders whose grantees and operations are in these countries.
These resources will help U.S. foundations and grantmakers understand the closing space for civil society and philanthropy around the world and the Council’s work on the subject.