Alliance is pleased to announce Deborah Doane as the third panellist at our next Breakfast Club on HUMAN RIGHTS PHILANTHROPY, taking place on 26 September.
Doane is a partner at Rights CoLab, which is described as advancing ‘human rights by fostering collaboration among experts across the fields of civil society, technology, business, and finance. Together we build new ways of organizing civic engagement and leveraging markets to improve the impact, resilience, and sustainability of human rights initiatives.’
Tickets to the Breakfast Club are still available. The morning will discuss the rise to power of populist regimes, growing social and economic inequalities, and the dismantling of international norms creating a human rights backlash. Emerging technologies provide both new risks and opportunities. What should philanthropists do to protect the gains of the past 20-30 years and build a movement fit for the future?
Doane will be joining panellists Julie Broome, guest editor of the September issue and director of Ariadne, and John Kabia, guest editor of the September issue and program officer for thematic initiatives at the Fund for Global Human Rights.
For more information on the Breakfast Club, or to purchase a ticket to attend, visit our Eventbrite page.