Systemic change

Applied to Local systemic change loop by brb243 at 2mo

Shulman, Carl (2019) Some personal thoughts on EA and systemic change, Effective Altruism Forum, September 26.

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    Srinivasan, Amia (2015) Stop the robot apocalypse, London Review of Books, Vol.vol. 37, No. 18, pp. 1–10.

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    Wiblin, Robert (2015) Effective altruists love systemic change, 80,000 Hours, July 8.

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    Chappell, Richard Yetter (2016) Effective altruism, radical politics and radical philanthropy, Philosophy, et Cetera, April 20.

Wiblin, Robert (2015) Effective altruists love systemic change, 80,000 Hours, July 8.
Examples of members of the effective altruism community working on systemic change.

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    Srinivasan, Amia (2015) Stop the robot apocalypse, London Review of Books, Vol. 37, No. 18, pp. 1–10.

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    Wiblin, Robert (2015) Effective altruists love systemic change, 80,000 Hours, July 8.
    Examples of members of the effective altruism community working on systemic change.

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    Chappell, Richard Yetter (2016) Effective altruism, radical politics and radical philanthropy, Philosophy, et Cetera, April 20.

Applied to EA and the United Nations by Lizka at 3mo

BibliographyFurther reading

Some critics of effective altruism allege that its proponents have failed to engage with systemic change (Srinivasan 2015).change.[1] Whether they are right or not depends on what is meant by the term. Members of the community are working on political issues within areas such as macroeconomic policy, immigration reform and land use reform (Wiblin 2015).[2] However, work on certain types of "radical" change, such as attempts to overthrow capitalism or abolish private property, are much less common (Chappell 2016).common.[3]

Chappell, Richard Yetter (2016) Effective altruism, radical politics and radical philanthropy, Philosophy, et Cetera, April 20.
An examination and criticism of the claim that effective altruism fails to engage with systemic change.

Srinivasan, Amia (2015) Stop the robot apocalypse, London Review of Books, Vol. 37, No. 18, pp. 1–10.
An example of an article arguing that effective altruists neglect “systemic change”.

Wiblin, Robert (2015) Effective altruists love systemic change, 80,000 Hours, July 8.
Examples of members of the effective altruism community working on systemic change.

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    Srinivasan, Amia (2015) Stop the robot apocalypse, London Review of Books, Vol. 37, No. 18, pp. 1–10.

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    Wiblin, Robert (2015) Effective altruists love systemic change, 80,000 Hours, July 8.
    Examples of members of the effective altruism community working on systemic change.

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    Chappell, Richard Yetter (2016) Effective altruism, radical politics and radical philanthropy, Philosophy, et Cetera, April 20.