We explore how and why philanthropy informs our judgements about other people’s moral worth.
Rhodri Davies talks to Justin McCord and Ronnie Richard for the RKD Group Thinkers podcast, about why asking big questions about philanthropy is important.
Rhodri Davies highlights a few thoughts prompted by the recent New Yorker magazine profile of philanthropist Leah Hunt-Hendrix.
Joao Paulo Vergueiro, Director of Giving Tuesday’s Latin America & Caribbean Hub, translates Rhodri Davies’s recent WPM article “In an Ideal World, Would There Be No Philanthropy?” into Portuguese.
Rhodri Davies joins host Ruo Wu to talk about his personal journey in the world of philanthropy, his new book and some of the big issues in the philanthropy world today.
Rhodri Davies moderates a panel discussion and Q&A as part of the launch of WINGS new Philanthropy Transformation Initiative.
This is the text of a keynote speech Rhodri Davies gave at the 2023 Yorkshire Funders Conference in Leeds, outlining some of the key questions about the nature and role of philanthropy and why there is a particular need to engage with them right now.
In the second of this series of short podcasts to mark the launch of his book “What is Philanthropy For?”, Rhodri Davies joins series Editor George Miller to discuss whether some donations are ‘tainted’ , and what ethical dilemmas this poses for charities.
In this article Lorena Gonzalez and Jes Olvera from the Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights highlight some of the key challenges they have faced in their work trying to give voice to children from minoritsed communities (whose voices have often been little-heard) and explore why this dictates taking a justice-centered approach to philanthropy; which asks funders to think in terms of solidarity, rather than charity.
Video of Rhodri Davies giving akeynote address on “the impact of technology on the charity sector” to the Scottish Tech Army’s 2023 Tech For Good Summit.
Philanthropy has a long and varied history. We’ve created bite-size chapters that you can jump in and out of to better understand philanthropy.