Episode 3: Inclusion in Philanthropy with Emilie Nicolas

Moving past token inclusion requires a deeper cultural shift

Why It Matters

Inclusion needs to be more than just a symbolic move in philanthropy, says anthropologist and columnist Emilie Nicolas. To truly have an inclusive sector, we need full representation of people and ideas at all levels of organizations.

var TRINITY_TTS_WP_CONFIG = {"cleanText":"Episode 3: Inclusion in Philanthropy with Emilie Nicolas. For our third episode of Edge & Main, Future of Good\u2019s podcast on the trends, tensions, and transformations of today that will define the world of tomorrow, we sat down with Emilie Nicolas, an anthropologist and columnist with Quebec's Le Devoir. Nicolas is the co-founder of Qu\u00e9bec inclusif, which works to unite individuals against racism and social exclusion, and she frequently comments on human rights issues for media. Listen to our episode with Nicolas below. Love the podcast? Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, or Podbean.\u23f8 \u00a0 Transcript\u23f8 It really feels like the world of philanthropy is at the beginning of a new type of relationship with society, and there's no

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