Fundraising can be fun! Lessons from a feminist group in Zambia

Money makes a huge difference in the life of a young feminist group. Because with more resources, young feminist groups have been able to amplify their organizing around some of the most pressing issues that we face in the world today. And money is also one of the key things that young feminist groups lack. […]

Photo Of The Month: March 2017

This month, we have a beautifully rare photo to share with you that not just captures our spirit but also the faces of those who form the core team of FRIDA. We held our annual staff meeting last month in Morocco, strategizing and working together on our fierce and feminist visions and goals for 2017 […]

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“Finding the common ground”: In conversation with two young feminist groups

What happens when two young feminist groups, divided by geographies and united by their passion, come together? We tried to find that by getting in touch with Sondos Shabayek, Project Director at The BuSSy Project and Nishma Jethwa, the Director of Strategy & Legal Counsel at Strategic Advocacy for Human Rights (SAHR). They are both FRIDA’s grantee partners from […]

Outside the Lines of Spirit: FearlesslyFRIDA in Brazil

‘Nós Protegemos O que Nos Protege’ ‘We Protect What Protects Us’ The small town of Olivenca in Brazil is charmingly unassuming, but its winding streets and bridges are full of histories. Four hundred and fifty years ago, its shores were first touched by Portuguese ships, and home to one of the biggest massacres of Indigenous […]

New report: Global Mapping of Young Feminist Organizing

FRIDA | The Young Feminist Fund and Association for Women’s Rights in Development’s Young Feminist Activism Program are pleased to publish Brave, Creative, Resilient: The Global State of Young Feminist Organizing, an international mapping on the global state of young feminist organizing. Read and download the full report here. Read a summary of key findings and recommendations […]