OpenPhilanthropy – GiveWell's sister organization focusing on what are the projects that can minimize our existential risks or positively impact our future development. See All their focus areas. Or read about example projects: Criminal Justice Reform link, Treatment of Animals in Industrial Agriculture link,
GiveWell is focusing on what is the most amount of good we can do right now. They are evaluating the most effective non-profits. Their annual top-recommended charities are mostly based in the developing world. Each charity is evaluated with a very rigorous, extended research. Here is the report for the Against Malaria Foundation, which is giving out mosquito bed-nets. It is estimated that they save a life every ~$3,299k donated. GiveWell is inspirationally transparent: Here is a list of their mistakes. Read more about their four criteria: 1. Evidence of effectiveness 2. Cost-effectiveness 3. Room for more funding 4. Transparency. Read through their FAQ to quickly understand the core problems they are working on: What are the benefits of deworming? Is there really a need for more mosquito bed-nets?. How they select their top charities?
Will MacAskill – founder and one of the leaders of the movement. Listen to his interviews on Sam Harris or Tim Ferriss podcasts
80,000 hours – a guide to using your career to help solve the world's most pressing problems. Lot's of great resources including 2 min summary, Personal fit: one of the most important considerations in choosing a career link, Take care of yourself and your mental health link
In-depth EA Fellowship Oxford Curriculum – best set of intro materials to Effective Altruism https://www.notion.so/In-Depth-Fellowship-Curriculum-8d3e887d4b4d41c8bc3138a9006bac9e
EA Introductory Fellowship Syllabus – same as above but run from Standford
Russ Roberts on 80000 Hours Show. On whether it’s more effective to help strangers, or people you know – one of the most interesting critiques to EA's heuristics
Existential Risks on LessWrong wiki