The next session of the 2018 cycle of the “Philanthropy, economics and politics” seminar will take place on 26 September from 6 pm to 8 pm at the Fondation de France, 40 avenue Hoche, 75008 Paris, France.
The subject of the session will be “Evaluation of impact in philanthropy – which approaches for which objectives? What role can the SDGs play in evaluation approaches?”
- Wednesday 17 October: Philanthropy and inequalities
- Wednesday 14 November: Concluding session on the relationship between philanthropy and capitalism
“Has philanthropy made a niche for itself in our economic and political system, or can it contribute to changing the system/have a systemic impact?
The 2018 cycle follows on from a series of seminars that were held between 2015 and 2017, exploring relationships between philanthropic practices and the economic and political system in which we live. A book produced following the first two cycles of the seminar is currently available for purchase: “La philanthropie peut-elle changer le capitalisme ?” (“Can philanthropy change capitalism?”) by Marc Lévy, former director of forward planning at GRET and organiser of the seminar.
Get the book (In French)