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|Title:||The Second Fundher Report: Financial Sustainability for Women’s Movements Worldwide|
|Publisher:||Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID)|
|Abstract:||Let’s tackle the “f word”... that taboo unspoken subject that keeps many a non-profit organization leader awake at night. Yes, fundraising. The challenges of seeking funds and mobilizing resources for women’s rights work is the subject of this report. For us, though, this is not about how to write a good proposal. Instead, we recognize money and financial flows as inherently political issues and therefore influencing them is critical to any strategy for women’s rights. In other words, where the money goes (or doesn’t go) enshrines certain values. So by building the financial sustainability of our movements we shift value systems towards human rights and gender equality, and thereby advance and sustain our struggles for social justice.|
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