Advocacy for research
Podcast "Philanthropy in question(s)" - Episode 9
Advocacy for research - Anne Monier
Researcher Anne Monier presents the speech she gave on December 1st at the Petit Palais, City of Paris' museum of Fine Arts, before an audience of 160 philanthropists, philanthropy professionals, researchers, media and institutions.
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The three main ideas of the speech:
In this episode, Anne Monier focuses to the main ideas developed in her argument:
What is the role of the researcher in the humanities? Through their analytical perspective, expertise and creativity, researchers help make sense of the increasingly complex world around us.
The researcher is a key player in a healthy democracy, because knowledge is vital for human development.
Today, the role of the researcher is all the more crucial as ideas become the central capital of the 21st century: it is important to train youth and prepare them for the world of tomorrow.
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Other episodes with related themes
Rethinking Research on Philanthropy, Von Schnurbein, Rey-Garcia, Neumayr
An anthropology of giving, Marcel Mauss
Philanthropy and International Relations, Deniz Kuru
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