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American Vertigo: Philanthropy & Democracy in Uncertain Times


Mae Hong, from Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisers (whom she calls the “poor cousins of the Rockefeller Foundation”) was in Australia for a second tour with Australian Executor Trustees (who brought her out last year). She gave talks in Melbourne and Sydney … Continue reading

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Philanthropy & Democratic Societies


Perpetual Ltd presented a session on Philanthropy and Democratic Societies at the State Library of Victoria with a panel comprised of Krystian Seibert from Philanthropy Australia, Lucy Bernholz, philanthropy and data expert, Bill Birnbauer, investigative journalist and Rob Reich, Faculty … Continue reading

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Maimonides Society – Christine Edwards


The Swinburne philanthropy alumni have formed the Maimonides Society which meets regularly to discuss issues philanthropic. Maimonides, also known as Rabbi Moshe Ben Maimon (or by the acronym RAMBAM) was a Jewish philosopher in 12th century Spain who developed an … Continue reading

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