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Using reason and evidence to do the most good

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Charitable giving exceeds $400 Billion dollars a year, yet 783 million people still live in extreme poverty. Where does all this money go? How can we make sure our money ensures effective outcomes? How can we do good, better? Eve and Olly from Effective Altruism Cambridge explain the importance and power of effective giving through a set of 4 guiding principles and apply these principles to show the need to think hard about charitable giving. We hope that you can attend and that together we can use our heads and our hearts to make the world a better place.

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