Photo of the Month: August 2016

We are smiling from ear to ear as we share this month’s photo of the month. It is a beautiful representation of all our achievements this past year, when we bloomed not only as an organization but also as a movement. A significant year, when we grew from strength to strength, the picture above is […]

Launching our second impact report on LBTQI issues

The rights of Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex (LBTQI) community members to freely express their full identities and live free from violence have become critical rights to protect for many movements, including feminist movements. In our last call for proposals in 2015, FRIDA received 34 applications from groups whose primary focus area is LBTQI rights. […]

FRIDA special impact report on ending forced marriage

Forced marriage is, unfortunately, a grave reality in many communities around the world. It has become a social phenomenon and a common practise in several developing countries, and is often a result of cultural, religious and even economic reasons that disproportionately affects girls and women. As forced marriages are often unofficial and undocumented, specific and […]

Presenting FRIDA’s first-ever grantmaking report!

We’ve always been proud of the core element that shapes our funding model: participatory grantmaking. A process that puts decision-making in the hands of young feminists themselves, who, we believe, are the best experts of their own realities. In the last five years, we’ve grown phenomenally, reaching out to as many emerging groups as possible […]