Elizabeth Barajas-Román: Feminist funding and gender equity
Lorena Gonzalez & Jes Olvera: philanthropy, justice & child migrants
Radical Philanthropy: Some thoughts on the recent New Yorker profile of Leah Hunt-Hendrix
17th August 2023
Rhodri Davies highlights a few thoughts prompted by the recent New Yorker magazine profile of philanthropist Leah Hunt-Hendrix.
GUEST ARTICLE: Solidarity NOT Charity – What it means to be a funder in solidarity with immigrant communities
22nd May 2023
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.
Sticking to their knitting: charities, campaigning & politics
Video of a lecture Rhodri Davies gave for Liverpool University’s Charity Law & Policy Unit, on the history and current context of charitable campaigning and politics.
Sara Slaughter & Derek Mitchell: Proximity and Radical Humility in Grantmaking
White Philanthropy: Carnegie Corporation’s ‘An American Dilemma’ and the Making of a White World Order
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.
Funding Change: Lessons from the history of philanthropy & the fight for LGBT+ rights
13th April 2022
As we enter LGBT+ history month, we shine a light on one piece of the puzzle that often gets overlooked: the role that philanthropy and charity has played.