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Glasspockets Find: Looking Inside the Global Philanthropy Forum
April 24, 2013

The Global Philanthropy Forum’s (GPF) conference– an annual meeting of philanthropists and investors who seek to advance individual opportunity and to improve the quality of life through strategic giving and investing – wrapped up last week in Redwood City. The 2013 conference focused on the theme "The Future We Make: Outrage, Opportunity and Choice in the Digital Age."

A number of the sessions touched on issues relating to philanthropic transparency in a digital age, such as:

The Future We Make: Development in a Digital Age
 

Philanthropic Decision-Making: Open or Closed, An Art or a Science?

While attendance at the conference is by invitation, GPF provided a live-stream of all sessions during the conference while also recording each session in order to provide archival access later. As a GPF partner, Glasspockets is proud to host the conference recordings on our web site. You can find them all on Glasspockets.

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