Our Publications Library By Year 

Explore all our publications, including reports, studies and research spanning a number of years. For publications from 2018 and earlier please visit our publications archive.

If you have a questions about our publications or would like more information, please contact our Research team.
   

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2022 publications

From local to international giving and civil society, our 2022 CAF publications give a unique insight into the charity world.

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2021 publications

Our 2021 publications give independent insight and informed comment on giving, charities and not for profit organisations across the world.

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2020 publications

Our 2020 research offers unique insight into philanthropy across the world, from local giving in the UK, to country studies and the CAF World Giving Index.

Our research and policy papers published in 2020

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2019 publications

From local to international giving, our 2019 research offers unique insight into the charity world.

Our research and policy papers published in 2019

latest publications

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    South Africa Giving 2020

    Our research into individual giving and civil society sustainability in South Africa, goes further to identify the roadblocks and the opportunities to growing giving in the region.
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    Growing giving in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania

    Published in February 2020, our research into giving cultures across three unique African countries delves into the obstacles and opportunities for growing charitable giving.
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    Listening for the future

    This report explores how small charities listen and respond to feedback. It shares ways they can improve their feedback processes, and includes advice for funders who wish to support small charities.