Andrew Leigh: Why effective altruism is central to rebuilding social capital and egalitarianism

by EA Global1 min read21st Nov 2020No comments

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Over the past few decades, many advanced nations have become more disconnected. People have fewer friends, join fewer organisations, and are less likely to be members of political parties, churches and unions. At the same time, inequality is on the rise. By focusing on rigorous impact, effective altruism can boost the quality and quantity of philanthropy, helping to replace individualism and isolation with collectivism and cooperation.

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