From smart people doing good things, to good people doing smart things…

| No responses | Posted by: Jon Huggett | Theme: Community & Covid-19, Inequality Dynamics & Changemaking

The coronavirus pandemic is an opportunity for philanthropy and social innovation to evolve from an educated elite doing good to a much broader and wiser movement. 

Senior Young Foundation Fellow Jon Huggett writes that the most inspiring innovations across the world have always brought together people with specialised expertise and first-hand experience. Now is the time to listen to the voices of the people we are applauding, share the votes and use our vetoes. Read more in his article in published in Alliance Magazine.

 

 

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