This past week, in celebration of Giving Tuesday on December 1, Aspen Institute Radio focused on the role of philanthropy in society. This episode features conversations about ways to rethink educational philanthropy, how women philanthropists can influence younger generations, and why charity is catalyzing the development of a new market.
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Social Justice: What’s Philanthropy Got To Do With It?
Darren Walker is president of the Ford Foundation, the second-largest US philanthropy with global reach. In this featured conversation, Walker discusses how charitable work can facilitate societal equality.
Women Philanthropists: Doing It Differently
Top female leaders in the philanthropic space address questions on humanitarianism, including what it means to be a female philanthropist today, and how to encourage future generations of women to change the world.
A Conversation with The Atlantic Philanthropies President and CEO Christopher Oechsli
Christopher Oechsli, president and CEO of the Atlantic Philanthropies, discusses how to “maximize the impact” of philanthropy.
Rethinking Education Philanthropy
Educational charities have worked for years to improve academic outcomes for children. Yet American schools are in crisis, with achievement gaps between US and international students greater than ever. How do we maximize the impact of education philanthropies to promote classroom success?
Foundations for Social Impact Bonds
In a discussion on the white paper “Foundations for Social Impact Bonds,” an expert panel examines how — and why — philanthropy is catalyzing the development of a new market.