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Using adaptive development to support feminist action

New paper on using adaptive development to support feminist action by Tam O'Neil for Overseas Development Institute (ODI). 

Mama Cash’s 2016 grant application

Deadline: 31 May 2016

Mama Cash will receive letters of interest from feminist and/or women's rights groups who are not current grantee-partners. Mama Cash focuses on three broad thematic areas – Body, Money and Voice – and we support groups whose work falls within them.

 

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Mama Cash’s 2016 grant application

Deadline: 31 May 2016

Mama Cash will receive letters of interest from feminist and/or women's rights groups who are not current grantee-partners. Mama Cash focuses on three broad thematic areas – Body, Money and Voice – and we support groups whose work falls within them.

 

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Mama Cash’s 2016 grant application

Deadline: 31 May 2016

Mama Cash will receive letters of interest from feminist and/or women's rights groups who are not current grantee-partners. Mama Cash focuses on three broad thematic areas – Body, Money and Voice – and we support groups whose work falls within them.

 

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Democratizing Knowledge on Funding Trends

After a decade of conducting and publishing research on trends affecting funding women’s rights organisations and work, AWID has developed a ‘Do-it-Yourself toolkit”, for adapting the Where is the Money for Women’s Rights (WITM) research methodology to specific locations, constituencies, and issues.

Source: AWID

Democratizing Knowledge on Funding Trends

After a decade of conducting and publishing research on trends affecting funding women’s rights organisations and work, AWID has developed a ‘Do-it-Yourself toolkit”, for adapting the Where is the Money for Women’s Rights (WITM) research methodology to specific locations, constituencies, and issues.

Source: AWID

Democratizing Knowledge on Funding Trends

After a decade of conducting and publishing research on trends affecting funding women’s rights organisations and work, AWID has developed a ‘Do-it-Yourself toolkit”, for adapting the Where is the Money for Women’s Rights (WITM) research methodology to specific locations, constituencies, and issues.

Source: AWID

Additional Funding Possibilities for Local Women’s Rights Activities!

Deadline : 30 June 2016

The Netherlands Accountability Fund is designed to strengthen the lobby and advocacy capacity of  local Civil Society Organisations (CSO’s) in the South.

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Call for Applicants for the 10th & 11th EGEP

EGEP is a two-week residential educational program that takes place twice a year (summer and winter) offered by Ewha Womans University. 

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Intersex Human Rights Fund

The Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice is proud to announce a new call for proposals for the second cycle of the Intersex Human Rights Fund, launched in 2015 to honor the resilience, creativity and growth of intersex activism and to ensure the human rights of intersex people. 

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