Generational Change and New Technologies: What Will Philanthropy Look Like in the Future
Charitable organizations and their projects are attracting new resources and the attention of the authorities, media, businesses, and ordinary citizens and turning into a driver of social change. The demands made of funds, the professionalism of specialists employed in this field, and the level of self-regulation within the sector are increasing. In addition, the emergence of PhilTech – a separate branch of information technology used in philanthropy and to solve social problems – indicates that charity has firmly entered the era of digitalization.
‒ Are all participants of the sector ready for these changes?
‒ What opportunities and risks do information technologies create for the charity community?
‒ How do philanthropists themselves see the future of Russian philanthropy?
‒ How can one promote the development of charity in a positive way?
Aleksandra Boldyreva, Executive Director, Association of Grantmaking Organisations "Donors Forum"
Roman Avdeev, Founder, Charitable Foundation “Arifmetika Dobra”
Sergey Golubev, Chief Executive Officer, Social Investment Fund
Anton Dolgov, Executive Director, Presidential Grants Foundation
Andrey Klimenko, Head of Direction of Directorate for Government Relations and Charity Activity, EvrazHolding
Maria Morozova, General Director, Elena and Gennady Timchenko Charitable Foundation; Head of Senior Citizen Section, Council on Guardianship Issues in the Social Sphere under the Government of the Russian Federation
Fatima Mukhomedzhan, Deputy Director, The Art, Science and Sport Charity Foundation
Ekaterina Shergova, Director, Member of the Management Board, "Gift of Life" Charity Foundation
Anna Yanchevskaya, President, Sistema Charitable Foundation