Trump’s Policy Threatens Reproductive Rights of the Global Poor

The article below original appeared on The Life You Can Save’s blog.  The Life You Can Save‘s mission is to improve the lives of people living in extreme poverty and to promote the concept of effective giving. The Life You Can Save believes that everyone should live free from preventable diseases such as malaria or

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Ahead of #GoodGiving, Catch Up on Your Effective Altruism Knowledge!

By Noha Zeitoun, Content Intern, PSI By now, you’ve probably heard of Peter Singer and the term effective altruism, but perhaps the specifics of what the movement entails and how the average person can contribute are still fuzzy. Ahead of PSI’s joint event with Giving What We Can – DC, The Most Good You Can

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Mandy Moore on Effective Altruism: It’s Time to Give with Your Head

#GoodGiving

The holidays are still a couple months away, and this year I’m thinking differently about my charitable giving. To my friends and my family, I give with my heart. But to make the most of the gifts I give to those who truly need them — I’ll be giving with my head. This past spring,

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Peter Singer, The Most Good You Can Do

Book Review: The Most Good You Can Do by Peter Singer

Review by Minal Bopaiah, Communications Manager, PSI Once in a while, you read a book that opens doors in your mind. This week, Peter Singer’s new book, “The Most Good You Can Do,” hits bookshelves (and Amazon), and the advanced copy PSI received is already leading to interesting conversations around the office. For those of

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Creating a Culture of Effective Philanthropy

By Charlie Bresler, The Life You Can Save The Life You Can Save (TLYCS) is an organization founded by the philosopher Peter Singer and based on the basic tenet of Effective Altruism: leading an ethical life involves using a portion of personal wealth and resources to efficiently alleviate the effects of extreme poverty. PSI is one of twelve

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