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J. Greenland Duke Jun 14
Didn’t have much time to share during the event but wanted to acknowledge what an honour and inspired experience it was to participate in hosted by this week. Amazing people, ideas & actions all for +++social change. Go Archives!
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Bob Clark Jun 12
Replying to @Clarkivist
Finally, Michael Walter from International House and Sam Markham from Winthrop Group talking about their collaboration to institutionalize and leverage the I-House Archives.
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Haian Jun 12
Replying to @haian_o
We can't take impact seriously without taking our historical records seriously. Foundation boards need to understand the need to preserve their histories, share knowledge, and through that mitigate risk. Societal understanding of philanthropy mitigates risk!
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Haian Jun 12
Replying to @haian_o
During a time of growing inequality and cynacism around wealth and philanthropy, there remains greater need for philanthropy to be transparent. Foundation archives allow for that.
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Haian Jun 12
Replying to @haian_o
Philanthropy has played a strong role in shaping our societies and who we are as a people, and foundation archives help is to understand this role
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Hope Lyons Jun 12
Talking about the role play in understanding our history so we can maximize our impact in the future
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Bob Clark Jun 12
My good friends Jaimie Quaglino and are talking about the collaboration between the Gates Archive and .
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Hope Lyons Jun 12
“Archives - fantastic! Preserving history and informing the future”
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Hope Lyons Jun 12
Great to hear colleagues note the importance of good grants management systems for
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Bob Clark Jun 12
Replying to @MastercardFdn
Next up the collaboration between the and Vantage Point historical services on a unique oral history program.
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Bilgehan Bozkurt,PhD 18 Jun 17
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