A decade ago, Global Dialogue was formed to promote innovation in human rights funding and practice. What progress has it made? Global Dialogue was formed in 2007 with a clear vision to promote innovation in the human rights movement and to incubate innovative rights-based initiatives. Ten years on, it is a thriving part of the human rights philanthropy infrastructure. We were also the first philanthropy support organization to develop 'fiscal sponsorship' and regranting services in the UK. Since our formation, a number of things have become clear to us: the importance of collaboration, the role that philanthropy infrastructure has to play in fostering it and the need to experiment with new approaches to increasingly complex problems. Alliance issue: Muslim philanthropy, September 2018, Volume 23 , Number 3.