Dive into our Archive of Past NEID Events
Welcome to the New England International Donors (NEID) Event Archive.
Interested in a topic you'd like to learn more about? Loved a session and want to watch it again? This is the place for you. Here you can find all of NEID's past virtual events, categorized by theme.
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MEET THE AUTHOR
Most of us want our lives to count for something and many are eager to join the fight against climate catastrophe, poverty, injustice or corruption, but how? Join us as we meet and discuss stories from inspiring change-makers in the field like Edgar Villanueva, Jacqueline Novogratz, and Samantha Power
WHAT DO YOU NEID?
COVID-19 impacted every aspect of our lives, creating unexpected challenges and immeasurable loss. Join NEID as we come together around thematic issue areas to connect and support one another through the sharing of resources, knowledge and experiences.
EQUITY & INCLUSION
Explore ways donors can be more intentional on issues of race, justice, and inequality in their global giving practices. Sessions uncover how to understand local dynamics of power & inequality, the importance of local partnerships, and how to become more proximal to the issues you support,
MEET OUR GRANTEES
Catch up with our Giving Circle Grantees to hear how they have used our funding, how our grant was beneficial to their work, and how Covid-19 has impacted their work and livelihoods..
Strategy and advocacy are intertwined in philanthropy. These sessions explore
leading efforts supporting grantees in this space and seek to identify key lessons for other funders wanting to make a lasting, sustainable, and equitable impact through their giving,
A CONVERSATION WITH SAMANTHA POWER
Join Ambassador Power as she shares stories and lessons learned from her experience as an activist in Bosnia, an academic at the Carr Center for Human Rights at Harvard, and as a senior government official and US Ambassador to the UN, emphasizing the continued importance of human rights activism today.