International sector leaders from Stanford University’s Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society (Stanford PACS) and Australian philanthropy experts from Perpetual explore the future of philanthropy and civil society post COVID-19.

Panel Discussion

The current global pandemic gives new urgency to conversations about technology, race and civil society. Existing inequities are exacerbated by the impacts of the crisis and exploited by the response to it. Technologies contribute to inequity, but also offer ways to restore justice.

This crisis offers a moment to ask the types of questions that will strengthen our collective response and build resilience in our society.

This panel discussion will challenge your thinking and expose you to new perspectives on the role of philanthropy and civil society as we face into a future where impact is ever important.



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