Encuesta Nacional sobre Filantropía y Sociedad Civil (ENAFI)
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Introduction

In the past few decades, there have been several instances which emphasize Mexicans’ capability of solidarity and philanthropic cooperation. But how long-lasting are these sentiments, and how often do they actually present themselves?

This is one of the fundamental questions asked by the book "Philanthropy and Civil Society in Mexico," in which the issue of Mexican philanthropy is approached based on the values, beliefs, and habits pertaining to donations, volunteering, and trust placed in the institutions in this country. Why, although Mexicans are so willing to help during natural disasters and other catastrophes, such support rarely exists at other times? What role do the levels of perceived corruption and insecurity in Mexico play in this intermittent philanthropic support? How can confidence in Mexican institutions, as well as other Mexicans, be encouraged so as to develop civil society in the country? How can social networking help in this development?

This country faces several significant challenges for philanthropy and civil society, making it more important than ever to become familiar with the analysis presented in this book. We invite you to visit the website to learn more about the ENAFI.

 

 

 

 

this book. We invite you to visit the website to learn more about the ENAFI.

 

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Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México Encuesta Nacional sobre Filantropía y Sociedad Civil (ENAFI)