BBC WORLD SERVICE: PHILANTHROPY – DOES IT WORK?

17 January 2020 | Danny Sriskandarajah | Tags: ,

I joined author Linsey McGoey, Rhodri Davies of Charities Aid Foundation, Melissa Berman of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, among others, for an interesting discussion about the role of philanthropy in the modern world. I argued that while the best philanthropy can be transformative, we can’t just rely on the generosity of the ultra rich – we … Continue reading “BBC WORLD SERVICE: PHILANTHROPY – DOES IT WORK?”

BBC World Debate – For Richer For Poorer: Does Global Inequality Matter?

28 September 2019 | Danny Sriskandarajah | Tags: , , ,

At the UN General Assembly in New York the BBC organised a debate on global inequality – why it matters, and what can be done about it. I asked the panel – Sudanese billionaire Mo Ibrahim, Dutch minister Sigrid Kaag, actor John Fugelsang and head of US Heritage Foundation Kay James – whether they agreed … Continue reading “BBC World Debate – For Richer For Poorer: Does Global Inequality Matter?”

Podcast: Conduit Conversations

10 June 2019 | Danny Sriskandarajah | Tags: , ,

I was invited as a guest to launch a new podcast series called Conduit Conversations. The series is aimed at anyone interested in creating a better future, offering unique insights and practical advice. The presenter Paul and I spoke about how we need to rethink traditional campaigning models and the way that ideas are generated … Continue reading “Podcast: Conduit Conversations”

TEDxLondon – In Conversation with Paul Van Zyl

18 May 2019 | Danny Sriskandarajah | Tags: , , , , , , ,

The theme of TEDxLondon this year was Beyond Borders. I sat down with Conduit Club founder Paul Van Zyl to talk about why, at a time when the world has never had more wealth and knowledge, billions of people are still missing out on healthcare and education, and power is still so unequally shared. Watch … Continue reading “TEDxLondon – In Conversation with Paul Van Zyl”

Keynote speech to NCVO annual conference – Why we need to make this the century of the citizen

10 April 2019 | Danny Sriskandarajah | Tags: , , ,

Last week I spoke at the annual conference of National Council for Voluntary Organisations in London, which was celebrating its centenary. At a time when our politics are divided, inequality is rising, trust is plummeting and the planet is burning, the role of charities, activists and civil society in building deeper connections to achieve positive … Continue reading “Keynote speech to NCVO annual conference – Why we need to make this the century of the citizen”