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Open beta of the new EA Forum now available

The launch of the new EA Forum is getting closer! See these previous   posts for more background. We’d like to invite everyone to check out the beta version of the new Forum: https://forum.effectivealtruism.org Existing content from the current EA Forum has not yet been ported over, so what you’ll... Read More
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EA Survey 2018 Series: Distribution and Analysis Methodology

EA Survey 2018 Series: Distribution and Analysis Methodology We’re excited to continue what should be a lot of analysis and thoughtful conversation over the results from the 2018 EA Survey. This post outlines methodology and subsequent posts will outline different facets of the results that we analyzed and found noteworthy... Read More
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Suggestions for developing national-level effective altruism organizations

Suggestions how to develop national-level effective altruism organizations so that they are robustly beneficial. If you are unconvinced that creation of such organizations is a positive development, this is disussed in he first part . Status: This document was created mostly during my summer internship at CEA . It is... Read More
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Why develop national-level effective altruism organizations?

This is the first part of a two-part document on why and how to develop national-level effective altruism organizations. If you are generally convinced that creation of country-level effective altruism organizations is a positive development, you may want to skip this part about motivations and background: more specific suggestions are... Read More
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Open Thread #42

Use this thread to post things that are awesome, but not awesome enough to be full posts. This is also a great place to post if you don't have enough karma to post on the main forum. Consider giving your post a brief title to improve readability.
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Antigravity Investments: Helping the EA Community Leverage Investing to Increase Funding and Donations

Background Antigravity Investments is an EA-aligned social enterprise and SEC-registered investment manager with the mission of driving billions of additional dollars to high impact causes by increasing the accessibility, affordability, and effectiveness of investing for the charitable sector. We have been recognized by American Express and Ashoka for our social... Read More
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Reducing Wild Animal Suffering Literature Library: Original Research and Cause Prioritization

These reading modules are put together by the members of the group  Wild Animal Welfare Project Discussion  as part of the  RWAS Literature Library Project .  This series of articles and essays together lay out crucial considerations explaining and underpinning the reduction of wild animal suffering (RWAS) as a potential focus area for effective... Read More
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Reducing Wild Animal Suffering Literature Library: Consciousness and Ecology

These reading modules are put together by the members of the group  Wild Animal Welfare Project Discussion  as part of the  RWAS Literature Library Project .  This series of articles and essays together lay out crucial considerations explaining and underpinning the reduction of wild animal suffering (RWAS) as a potential focus area for effective... Read More
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Vox has a new department, Future Perfect, covering the world from an effective altruist perspective

Today, Vox launched a new vertical, Future Perfect, that is dedicated to approaching the world from an effective altruist perspective. I am one of the new staff writers Vox hired to help make this happen, and I want to invite you all to check out the launch. Future Perfect includes... Read More
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Announcing the EA Angel Group - Seeking EAs with the Time and Money to Evaluate and Fund Early-Stage Grants

Background In a previous post , Brendon Wong discussed how to improve the early-stage funding landscape in the EA community. His ideas strongly resonated with me, so I worked with Brendon to research and develop some of them into more concrete strategy. Historically, it appeared that early-stage EA projects were... Read More

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