Rhodri Davies is quoted in this article commenting on the impact the late Queen Elizabeth II and her family have had on charities and charitable giving in the UK.
Rhodri Davies reviews Maribel Morey’s White Philanthropy: Carnegie Corporation’s ‘An American Dilemma’ and the Making of a White World Order for Alliance magazine.
In this episode of the Nonprofit Nation podcast, Rhodri Davies joins host Julia Campbell to discuss what the media is getting wrong in the coverage of charities, how to maintain the spirit of collaboration created during the pandemic, and what’s next for philanthropy and the third sector.
In this article by Drew Lindsay for the Chronicle of Philanthropy, Rhodri Davies is quoted asking whether approaches to fundraising and giving have become too transactional, and whether that means nonprofits are failing to meet people’s desire for participation.
In this article, Rhodri Davies is named as one of the top charity social media influencers in the UK.
Rhodri Davies is quoted in an article by charity tech expert Zoe Amar, talking about the impact of emerging technology on charities.
In this essay for NPC to mark their 20th anniversary, Philanthropy Matters Director Rhodri Davies explores the potential impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on philanthropy and grantmaking.
In this episode of the Third Sector Podcast, Rhodri Davies talks to hosts Rebecca Cooney and Russell Hargrave about what cryptocurrencies and blockchain mean for charities.
In this essay for the Law Family Commission on Civil Society, Rhodri Davies explores whether we need not just more giving, but better giving – and what this means in practice.
In this comment piece for the Beacon Collaborative, Rhodri Davies makes a case for the need for more nuance and less polarisation in today’s debates about philanthropy.
In this episode of Third Sector‘s podcast, Rhodri Davies joins hosts Rebecca Cooney and Emily Burt to talk about what the coming year might hold in store for charities.
In this article for Alliance Magazine, Rhodri Davies offers some thoughts on what the coming years might hold for philanthropy and civil society.
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