June 2005

Funding social justice

Volume 10 , Number 2

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Funding social justice

Volume 10 , Number 2

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Editorial

Funding social justice

The question in my mind when I started thinking about this special feature in Alliance, well over a year ago, was ‘Why does social justice always lose out?’ I first formulated it in that way following a conversation about venture philanthropy. I asked how likely it was that this model would produce funds for social justice causes and the answer I got was not a very positive one. ‘The radical nature is really more the way we’re doing it rather than the investment area,’ it was admitted. Over the next six months, I applied this same question – is this …

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