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Animal Welfare: Our Recommendations for the Giving Season
International Effective Giving Day
Effective Animal Advocacy
Effective Altruism University
Leah Edgerton and Manja Gärtner on Animal Charity Evaluation
Hear This Idea
The Best Value of your Animal Charitable Donations
The Other Animals, WWDB-AM
Want to Help Animals? Here’s Where to Donate Your Money
These Are the Charities Where Your Money Will Do the Most Good
If You Care About Animals, Should You Donate to Shelters—or to Stop Industrial Agriculture?
Philanthropists Are Failing to Tackle the Most Important Problems of Our Time
Philanthropy In Focus
Effective Altruists Live to Give
We Need to Talk About Veganism
Doing Good Better with Your Money
Can I Retire Yet
How to Give Smarter on Giving Tuesday
An Ethical Guide to Responsible Giving
Bridging the Gap to Farm Animals
Want to Help Animals? Don’t Forget the Chickens.
Donors Look for Charities with the Greatest Future Impact (Paywall)
The Poker Pro Who Wants to Save the World
Applying The Scientific Method To Charity
Save the Chicken
Revolution On The Animal Farm
Do You Truly Love Animals?
The Truth About Animal Charities, Cats and Dogs
Interview with ACE Executive Director Jon Bockman
Our Hen House
What if the Most Good You Can Do is to Help Animals?
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Interview with ACE Executive Director Jon Bockman
Animal advocacy in a global context
How can we think about effectiveness across geographical and cultural contexts? How can North American and European advocates support advocacy in other parts of the world, such as India and China, in responsible and impactful ways? In this talk Marianne, ACE’s Movement Grants Program Officer, explores the pros and cons of different approaches to international advocacy.
EA Global 2019: San Francisco
While the EA movement has grown to influence a substantial amount of funding within animal advocacy, we still struggle with a lack of strong evidence behind many of the field’s most common interventions. In this talk, ACE Executive Director Leah Edgerton discusses strategies advocates can use to gather more evidence in the long term and avoid overconfidence in the short term.
ACE’s Executive Director, Leah Edgerton, discusses the unique characteristics—and challenges—faced in the animal welfare cause area, and how ACE addresses these challenges within an effective altruism framework.
Why Farmed Animals? Cause Prioritization Explained.
Ever wonder why many of our recommended charities focus on farmed animal advocacy? In this short animated video, we explain cause prioritization—and how it helps us determine where to focus our efforts as advocates.
Effective Altruism: how we can maximize our impact in the animal rights movement
Have you ever wondered how the principles of effective altruism apply to animal advocacy and ACE’s work specifically? Find out more from Researcher Jamie Spurgeon’s presentation on the topic at the 2018 Conference on Animal Rights in Europe (CARE).
Animal Advocacy Strategies: Technology vs. Social Change
If we want to help farmed animals, there are at least two clear avenues to pursue. One, we can promote technologies to replace farming, like plant-based or clean (cultured) meat. Or two, we can try to change social attitudes towards the moral standing of animals. Does either of this options seem much better than the other? In this talk from EA Global 2018: San Francisco, Kelly Witwicki and ACE Researcher Kieran Greig discuss the relevant considerations.
Pathways into Animal Advocacy Research
At EA Global London 2017, Research Associate Jamie Spurgeon discusses three diverse areas where ACE believes research can be particularly impactful—Interventions, Cultured Animal Products, and Wild Animal Suffering—with a focus on discussing the sort of Researchers we need in the movement, and how EAs can contribute to reducing suffering for animals in this way.
2016 EAA Symposium
The 2016 EAA Research Symposium was organized and co-sponsored by Animal Charity Evaluators, the Princeton University Center for Human Values, and the Princeton Animal Welfare Society. The event was held on November 12th and 13th, 2016 at Princeton University. This playlist includes full conference presentations.
2016 Rethinking Meat and the End of Factory Farming
Former Director of Research Allison Smith discusses the state of meat alternatives and how they can be used to accelerate the end of factory farming on a panel discussion at Effective Altruism Global 2016.
2015 Effective Altruism for Animals - NYU Panel
Effective Altruism for Animals – NYU Panel Discussion
Former Executive Director Jon Bockman discusses EA for animals along with Our Hen House’s Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan and ACE advisory Board Member Peter Singer.
2015 Animal Rights National Conference
Former Director of Research Allison Smith on interpreting and applying research.
2014 Animal Rights National Conference
Former Executive Director Jon Bockman on contemplating, evaluating, and advocating for animals.
2014 Mad City Vegan Fest
Former Executive Director Jon Bockman on how to help animals most effectively.
2014 Free Thinking Uni Base
Former Board Secretary Robert Wiblin explains the history and growth of Animal Charity Evaluators at frei denken uni basel.
2014 ACE Webinar: Research & Strategy
Former Executive Director Jon Bockman and former Director of Research Allison Smith on how ACE’s strategy and research promote effective animal advocacy.