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Giving and Faith, Religion and Altruism, with Fran Day

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For many people, faith is the main motivation behind their altruism. Although Effective Altruism is a secular movement, it has many members of faith. Francesca Day – a theoretical physicist, stand-up comedian and liberal Roman Catholic – will be exploring the link between religion and effective giving.

More widely, Francesca is in charge of the lively community of Giving What We Can members of faith (, and will be excited to hear of anyone looking to take part in their active online community and meet-ups.

As always, this talk is open to both students and non-students.

This talk is part of the EA: Cambridge series.

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