The recent Alliance Breakfast Club looked at the topic of data and what it can do for philanthropy. Following on from the special feature in the September 2012 issue of Alliance magazine, this panel discussion considered how data could, or should be used in the philanthropic sector and whether we expect too much from data.
For those who were unable to attend the event, the full discussion is now available to watch.
Guest speakers at the event were: Mark Campanale, Director of the Social Stock Exchange, Founder of Carbon Tracker and Adviser at Halloran Philanthropies; Jon Cracknell, Director of the Goldsmith Family Foundation; Richard Jenkins, Policy Adviser at ACF; and Chris West, Director of the Shell Foundation.
A report from the event can also be found at http://philanthropynews.alliancemagazine.org/sharing-is-the-most-important-attitude-to-data/.