It is imperative for funders to support intersectional, cross-issue, and cross-movement work. Yet, our analysis of the human rights funding landscape shows that most grant funding remains siloed. We will develop research to explore human rights funders’ intersectional approaches and shed light on which populations and issues overlap the most and least. We will identify and promote models for powerful intersectional grantmaking, and push for more funding for intersectional movements.
Reports, Publications & Stories
- Funding for Intersectional Organizing: A Call to Action for Human Rights Philanthropy (Human Rights Funders Network)
- Vibrant Yet Under-Resourced: The State Of Lesbian, Bisexual, And Queer Movements (Mama Cash and Astraea Lesbian Foundation For Justice)
- What can funders consider when responding to COVID-19? (Solome Lemma, Thousand Currents)
- Sisterhood Feminist Principles of Philanthropy (Urgent Actions Funds)