Post for Latest from @lliance November 3, 2011 by Kristin Majeska of Philanthropic Intelligence
It’s prime season for awarding prizes in Spain’s philanthropic world. Last month Spain’s Prince Felipe awarded the Premios Principe de Asturias to artists, an athlete, scientists, and to Ashoka’s founder, Bill Drayton, in the area of International Cooperation. The Principe de Asturias are often called Spain’s Nobel prizes. The prizes come with a €50,000 award, but their real value lies in the media attention and credibility they generate… Read our most recent contribution to Latest from Alliance.