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It is imperative for funders to support intersectional, cross-issue, and cross-movement work. Yet, our analysis of the human rights funding landscape suggests that a resoundingly small fraction of human rights funding supports activism that cuts across multiple communities or issues. Our findings raise red flags, but also signal promise: we find hopeful models of intersectional grantmaking and a deep desire among funders to support movements across issues and communities. By showcasing intersectional funding models, creating opportunities for funders to interrogate their practices, and monitoring field-wide progress, we hope to transform human rights philanthropy to more effectively respond to intersecting forms of injustice.

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