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Responding to Humanitarian Crises

Reading time: 3 minutes

 

According to the UN “The world faces the largest humanitarian crisis since 1945” as famine sweeps across East Africa.

What can we do? What should we do? Should we give money to help? If so where should we give?

Below we discuss the pros and cons of donating to crisis appeals, compared to other options, […]

By |April 14th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Creating better politics and policy

Reading time: ~20 minutes

Responding to recent political situations
Improving politics
Initial research on what should change and how to create change
The key features of better politics and policy
A topical example of how recent political tragedy could have been avoided
Further thoughts on tractability
Is it worth EAs time to focus on this?
Conclusions

Responding to recent political situations
Recent political changes that […]

By |November 26th, 2016|Politics and Policy|Comments Off on Creating better politics and policy

An idea for a climate change effort

Reading time: ~10 minutes

As a PhD student only just entering the world of climate change, I’m sure I’m a long way from having an accurate picture. This is based on what I understand at the moment, and the thinking that it’s better to try to react than to wait indefinitely to know more. But it’s […]

By |October 13th, 2016|Climate Change|Comments Off on An idea for a climate change effort

Does Brexit present us with an opportunity to do good?

Reading time: 5 minutes

Not to understate the current political situation but the UK seems to be in an for an itsy-bitsy mess. We voted to leave the EU, our main parties appear to be in somewhat of a disarray and no one seems quite able to pin down what will happen next.

It is my belief that the question on […]

By |October 9th, 2016|Politics and Policy, Quick Reads|Comments Off on Does Brexit present us with an opportunity to do good?