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.
At s recent event hosted by Giving Tuesday, Rhodri Davies moderated a fascinating conversation with Asha Curran (CEO of Giving Tuesday), Lucy Bernholz (Senior Research Scholar at Stanford PACS) and Edgar Villanueva (author of Decolonizing Wealth).
In this article Beth Kanter and Allison Fine, authors of The Smart Nonprofit credit Rhodri Davies for coining the term “philgorithm” to describe the potential application of AI to automating decisions about giving.
In this article, Rhodri Davies is quoted on the challenges that cryptophilanthropy can pose for charities.
In this article, Rhodri Davies is quoted talking about the impact of sanctions on Russian oligarchs on philanthropic donations to universities.
Rhodri Davies is quoted in a New York Times article on “Elon Musk’s Latest Innovation: Troll Philanthropy”.
Rhodri Davies is quoted in this Washington Post article talking about why some charities are wary of accepting cryptocurrency donations.
Rhodri Davies writes for Third Sector magazine about why charities should embrace the role they can play in helping to build stronger neighbourhoods and communities post covid.
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