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Social Justice Funders Spotlights present stories of innovative, effective social justice philanthropy in action. Each spotlight focuses upon a grantmaker and a grantee.Disability Rights FundThis spotlight is part of Sillerman's Participatory Grantmaking project.
Money & Movements brought together 100+ activists & funders to strategise about the future of resourcing feminist movements and social change globally. We came from around the world and across movements – women's rights, sex workers' rights, LBQTI rights, youth, indigenous rights, environmental and economic justice, disability rights, health, and more.Together, we asked:* What is the change we want to see... bold and fully-resourced?* What do our movements need to be resilient?* What would a transformative funding ecosystem look like?* What is the future of funding?Each of these graphics illustrates a key takeaway from Money & Movements. They are meant to inspire funders and movements seeking to build a more just world. Learn more and find versions of this tool in Spanish and French at: https://www.mamacash.org/en/money-and-movements
This Progress Report is an update to the 2013 "One in Seven" Report about Disability Rights Fund (DRF) and Disability Rights Advocacy Fund (DRAF's) early years. This report lifts up the accomplishments of the past ten years, celebrates the voices of persons with disabilities, and offers a pathway towards building the future together.
A decade after the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities at the United Nations, the global disability movement is leading radical change. A decade after the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities at the United Nations, the global disability movement is leading radical change. Read — in this annual report — in stories about us and our grantees — about the escalating call to action from the world's one billion people with disabilities to expand global movements addressing climate change, gender inequality, human rights, and development.
Leading advocates and women's rights donors agree that much more can and needs to be done to include women with disabilities in women's rights activism, agenda setting, and funding. This brief explores funding at the intersection of women's rights and disability rights and offers steps donors can take to ensure that their grantmaking is more inclusive of women with disabilities and to support this emerging movement.