A recent announcement by US President Donald Trump has caused a great deal of concern in the non-profit sector and once again brought the issue of charities getting involved in […]
Truth Decay: Philanthropy and the battle against misinformation and ‘fake news’
Two issues that seem set to be big topics of debate in 2017 are the impact of automation on the future of work and the question of whether some form […]
The idea of augmented or virtual reality has been around for a long time (we can think back to the visual information overlay in the Terminator movies, or the virtual […]
This post can now be read on our new Giving Thought blog.
One of the key themes of our work here at Giving Thought is looking at what impact new developments in technology might have on the ways in which people are […]
A couple of things which caught my attention in the past week and made me think about one of the darker aspects of philanthropy: namely, its potential use as a […]
This is a guest blog by Ben Eyre, Advisory Manager in CAF’s Philanthropy Services team Segregating altruism and consumerism risks missing the point of #GivingTuesday and the reason that […]
Philanthropy made it right to the top of the headlines this week, with the news that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, have pledged to give away […]
Creature Discomfort: does giving to animal charities present a problem for Effective Altruism?