Liberty and Authority in the History of Philanthropy, Charity, and Welfare
This colloquium mainly comprised a group of academics and professionals from healthcare and philanthropic foundations. It was designed to study the respective roles of liberty and authority in the development and workings of private philanthropy, voluntary charity, and public welfare in society.
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