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 the distinction between charity and philanthropy, how big money giving fits in with democracy, and what Effective Altruism is (and why it has been in trouble lately).
In this podcast for Bristol University Press, Rhodri Davies talks to host George Miller about his new book “What is Philanthropy For?”
As debate grows over whether we should be more concerned about over-population or declining birth rates, we explore why philanthropy has such a problematic history when it comes to engaging with population issues, and what lessons this holds for modern-day donors and non-profits.
Rhodri Davies comments on the future prospects for EA in the wake of Sam Bankman-Fried’s downfall.
Rhodri Davies is quoted in this article, providing some thoughts on the impact of Sam Bankman-Fried’s downfall on the EA movement.
A tongue-in-cheek sketch imagining what it would be like if a Longtermist Effective Altruist went door-to-door fundraising at Christmas…
Why Philanthropy Matters Director, Rhodri Davies, takes part in a panel session at a recent Alliance Magazine event looking at “2022: A Year in Philanthropy”.
Rhodri Davies takes a look at the spectacular downfall of crypto billionare Sam Bankman-Fried and the implications for philanthropy and civil society.
We explore why, despite there being plenty to admire about Effective Altruism, many are still uneasy about the movement’s ideas and influence.
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.