Intersectional Giving - Reconnecting Race, Class and Gender

Challenging harmful gender norms is key to making grant-making most effective for vulnerable populations, research has shown. emerging_practiciners_in_philanthropy_logo.pngThat’s why major international donor institutions like CARE, PEPFAR, UNAIDS, UNFPA, USAID and WHO have all embraced “gender transformative” initiatives that challenge rigid gender norms. The World Bank has moved gender norms to the center of its work improving gender equity among women and girls. Gender impacts every issue funders address, yet in US philanthropy, gender norms are often ignored or disconnected from factors like race and class. 

Join this interactive, open discussion about the terms, ideas, and findings behind intersectional approaches to US philanthropy that reconnects racial, social, and gender justice. Toolkits and leave-behinds provided. 

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October 19, 2016 at 3:00pm - 4pm
Biz Ghormley · · 212-584-8249

Will you come?