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  • ‘Effective altruism’ can restore trust in charities
  • ‘Effective altruism’ can restore trust in charities
    Larm Rmah (2017) ©
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‘Effective altruism’ can restore trust in charities

‘Effective altruism’ is a type of philanthropy that takes a firmly consequence-rooted approach to charitable giving. At a time of low-trust in charities, the practice can resolve some of the qualms people have about the organisations they support and the effectiveness of their donations.

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