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An initial list of recommended resources for further research :
Copenhagen Consensus Center (https://www.copenhagenconsensus.com)
The Copenhagen Consensus Center is a think tank that researches and publishes the smartest solutions to the world’s biggest problems.
Effective Altruism ( https://effectivealtruism.org/)
The main website that promotes the Effective Altruism movement also has umbrella funds at https://funds.effectivealtruism.org/ for the following categories :
· Global Health and Development Fund
· Animal Welfare Fund
· Long-Term Future Fund
· EA Infrastructure Fund
GiveWell ( https://www.givewell.org/)
GiveWell spends over 30,000 hours annually researching charities that save or improve lives the most per dollar. They also have their own Maximum Impact Fund.
Giving What We Can ( https://www.givingwhatwecan.org/)
This organisation was founded by Peter Singer, who was mentioned in the intro of the Global Priorities article.
Rethink Priorities ( https://rethinkpriorities.org)
Rethink Priorities is a research organization that conducts critical research to inform policymakers and major foundations about how to best help people and nonhuman animals in both the present and the long-term future.