Global Funding Ecosystem
We are deepening global solidarity and action, because working across geographies will only strengthen the funding ecosystem. We will expressly increase involvement from Global East and South funders as well as underrepresented regions like the Middle East and East Africa. We will also look at new funding trends, such as donor advised funds, tech-fueled giving, and the presence of government funders, and consider most effective strategies for transnational solidarity among funders.
Reports, Publications and Stories
- Human Rights Funding Principles Offer a Road Map to Strengthen Philanthropy (Lesley Carson, Wellspring Philanthropic Fund )
- Reversing the trend: The time is now to fund disability rights (Lorraine Wapling, Arlene Wilson-Grant, and Aapurv Jain, Disability Rights Fund/ the Disability Rights Advocacy Fund)
- Understanding the Global South: Key philanthropic trends, challenges and opportunities in Asia, Africa, and Latin America (IEFG and Elevate Children Funders Group)
- Fund 101: What Is Flexible Funding? (The Fund for Global Human Rights)