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The latest issue of Philanthropy Age is now available, featuring both a striking new design and stories of the people and agencies disrupting giving in Saudi Arabia. In... Read More
One of Touchline's longest-running titles, NADFAS Review, has just had a stunning new look for 2017. It coincides with the rebranding of the not-for-profit arts... Read More
My introduction to the event in New York City on May 8th, underlines the sentiment behind our How to do good initiative. Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen. Welcome, and... Read More
Led by long-time philanthropists Khaled and Olfat Juffali, a small circle of Saudi families is breaking with tradition to forge a new model for Gulf giving   It came... Read More
Touchline is now certified to the ISO 14001:2015 Environment Management System, ISO27001:2013 Information Security Management System and the ISO9001:2008 Quality... Read More
London’s City Hall was the setting for an electrifying evening of speeches, performances and discussions as international thought leaders, philanthropists and... Read More
The best horse in the world, Arrogate, became the highest-earning thoroughbred of all time with a breathtaking success in the Dubai World Cup, as vision.ae provided... Read More
The latest issue of Invest digital magazine, available now, explores an innovative UAE government programme designed to tackle nationwide challenges through intelligent... Read More
Gregory Gaultier’s four-game victory over crowd favourite Nick Matthew at the Allam British Open saw the Frenchman return to the top of the men’s squash world rankings,... Read More
This month will see the inaugural launch event in the How to do good tour, a series of challenging and inspiring discussion about how philanthropy can work to address... Read More
Valued at over US$600bn worldwide, the creative economy has been cited by the United Nations as pivotal to the post-Millennium Development Goals. In this special feature... Read More
What transpires when you combine the acrobatic skills of 65 artists with three million litres of water? Dubai’s new Cirque du Soleil-inspired aquatheatre show La Perle.... Read More

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