Philanthropy and inequality in the twenty-first century

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Join Darren Walker in his bold exploration of philanthropy, where it stands today and how it can help build a brighter future.

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The British Academy’s President’s Lecture with Darren Walker

In a world where eight families have as much wealth as a full half of the world’s population, tackling inequality has long been at the heart of the Ford Foundation’s mission. Yet, with climate change and social injustice on the rise, philanthropy has itself come under scrutiny over how best to respond to these present-day challenges. Join Darren Walker in his bold exploration of philanthropy, where it stands today and how it can help build a brighter future.

Speaker: Darren Walker, President of the Ford Foundation

Chair: Professor Sir David Cannadine, President of the British Academy; Dodge Professor of History, Princeton University

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