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PSJP Network Sep 9
Generosity and Impact Aren’t Enough. Let’s Judge Philanthropy on How Well it Shifts Power makes a strong case for as a measure of good philanthropy
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AWDF Aug 20
“There is a need to create spaces where women’s organizations are setting agendas and women’s rights organizations need to participate in the grant making process.”
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Chandrika Sahai Jul 19
Excellent post on one of ‘the pathways to power’ by
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Constant Cap 23 Jun 17
This session is sponsored by RSM
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Barry Knight 18 Apr 18
to local food growers and local restaurants - both brilliant. Need to get behind this!
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Barry Knight 13 Oct 16
Pleased to be talking about development of community philanthropy as ESRC workhop hosted by St Andrews
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Jenny Hodgson 4 Jul 17
Durable development – Time to do things differently to
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Rosemary Forest Apr 11
Money is power - how to create partnerships beteeen csos and communities that balances this power?
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Stephanie White 30 Nov 14
Replying to @sccatalysts
power means being hopeful and embracing each and everyday!
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Prospera 17 Nov 16
Countdown to with and in Johannesburg!
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Kristen Ostling 25 Jan 18
Want to ? Support women’s movements and women’s funds.
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GlobalFundCF 21 Jun 16
13 new grants to explore "big questions" in
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Caesar Ngule Weka Jul 31
Development is not just about resources and projects done by govt and other dev partners. At its core, it's more about relationships. YES. Solidarity, Community in its basic essence
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Shantha Bloemen 11 May 17
An important reminder that communities are the first line responders & need to be heard.
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David Bonbright 1 Dec 16
Start Network trying to fix broken humanitarian system.
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Ombretta Baggio 31 Aug 17
How will we ever ? 'Unconventional cash project challenges aid status quo in Lebanon: ()
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Nicolette Naylor Oct 13
We need a philanthropic and donor sector willing to be unapologetic & explicitly feminist & intersectional in their approach to funding women’s rights! Congrats to .
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Francesca D'Ambrosio Jun 2
Canada is now leading in the largest contributor to feminist funding !!The is going to change the way funds get into the hands of women and girls in Canada and the world.
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Caesar Ngule Weka Jul 31
When communities meet their basic needs, the next rational space is the private sector.....and boom
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Deborah Doane Jul 31
If we want to genuinely process is everything
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