Thanks for making this!
I'd like to understand the suffering involved in egg production of free-range hens where the male chicks aren't killed.
What assumptions does "cage free" make here?
Nice to hear from you and thanks for the feedback Stephen.
You raise some good points and I definitely plan to beef up the document as things progress, especially with regard to the language around career changes as that will often be the biggest lever for impact as you correctly state.
Great work, Pablo! I think we need more projects like this so glad to see another one.
On that topic, do you or anyone else know of other such national level projects, aside from Effektiv Spenden (where I do some work) in Germany and RC Forward in Canada? Although I imagine there are many nuances of each country's bureaucracy, it could make sense to template out the operational aspects that likely don't differ from country to country.
Another with this bit:
We are thinking of Ayuda Efectiva as a startup, and are trying to build it up with the lowe
Thanks Aaron - I really enjoy these updates and wouldn't be able to get the information otherwise. Well done!
Thanks for this! The video doesn't have the Google Doc linked in it - where can I find that?
Would you elaborate on what you mean?
Relatedly, could you explain a case where the 20 minute rule failed to produce a good outcome?
I just wanted to say thanks - I find these overviews super useful and I come across a lot of great content I wouldn't otherwise have seen. Cheers!
Hi! I work for Founders Pledge and was thinking the same thing - great thought Mappy!
I'm gonna PM you Simon.
Were you able to get good feedback as to why you weren't hired?
I got feedback for most of the roles where I reached the last stage of the application process, usually not for others. Usually the feedback was that my application was good (that I would have passed the hiring bar), but that someone else was better. I also got more specific feedback, but that was different every time (which makes some sense, since the positions were different, the people evaluating me were different, and I tried to not repeat mistakes that I had previously gotten feedback on).
I think there are two big benefits of donating monthly and automatically as opposed to on Giving Tuesday:
1) you can't forget to do it.
2) you don't see a big amount pile up during the year and then on Giving Tuesday think "am I really going to give that much away??"
Of course if you know you won't fall prey to either of these scenarios then it makes more sense to do as you describe.
Thanks for sharing! I am really excited for this and think it will be a large net positive for EA.
It is back on the page, as well as here: https://founderspledge.com/research/Cause%20Report%20-%20Climate%20Change.pdf
Sorry about that.
I was going to say the same thing. I found the majority of the advice to be good, but don't agree with pirating things to save money.
In which way do you believe that pragmatism undermines social justice? Couldn't it be that a pragmatic approach increases social justice, if it is shown to be the most effective?