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What happens when an African Feminist dies?Massan d’Almeida, a feminist organizer from Togo and the founding and outgoing Executive Director of ROFAF (AWID institutional member) tells stories about unpaid labour, dwindling resources, what happens when an African women human rights defender dies alone, and why it is important to dare and tell these stories.
A Call to Action: Insights into the Status of Funding for Indigenous Women’s Groups
It is our hope that this report will open a dialogue and space for further unpacking of the provided data and results and will provide actionable guidance in how funding trends and donor recommendations can support Indigenous Women’s Organizations in a meaningful and effective way, ensuring a sustainable planet for our future generations.Source: IFIP, FIMI and AWID
Brave, Creative and Resilient: The State of Young Feminist Organizing
FRIDA The Young Feminist Fund launched at the 2016 AWID international Forum, an exclusive research that analyzed young feminist-led organizing from more than 1500 organizations around the world, over three years.Source: FRIDA | The Young Feminist Fund and AWID