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Move fast and fix things: policy change learnings from LEEP | Clare Donaldson | EAGxOxford 22

December 30, 2022 Peter Gebauer and Patrick Brinich-Langlois
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Move fast and fix things: policy change learnings from LEEP | Clare Donaldson | EAGxOxford 22
Show Notes

Lead Exposure Elimination Project (LEEP) is an international NGO that works with policy-makers and industry to end the availability of lead paint, a major source of lead poisoning globally. In this talk, Clare Donaldson describes how LEEP has been able to drive policy change in several low- and middle-income countries in its first 18 months and reflect on some possible lessons learnt for the Effective Altruism community.

View the original talk and video here.

Effective Altruism is a social movement dedicated to finding ways to do the most good possible, whether through charitable donations, career choices, or volunteer projects. EA Global conferences are gatherings for EAs to meet.

Effective Altruism is a social movement dedicated to finding ways to do the most good possible, whether through charitable donations, career choices, or volunteer projects. EA Global conferences are gatherings for EAs to meet. You can also listen to this talk along with its accompanying video on YouTube.