Each year, FRIDA publishes an annual report to tell the story of the collective power of young feminist organizing. In these reports, we share reflections from the FRIDA team about what we achieved in the last year, and explore the impact of our grantees.
What does it really mean to be a young feminist activist in today's world of gender boundaries, shrinking civic spaces, and stark inequalities of resources? To survive in this world - young feminist organizing needs to be unapologetic, unwavering, and unafraid. It needs to adapt to changing contexts, branch out to other movements and nurture new ideas that are as piercing as the sun and as organic as the flower.
What happens when young feminist organizing is supported and given the right space and environment to grow? It creates a powerful pattern of changing oppressive structures and rewriting histories. We attempted to capture it all in a visually appealing microsite of rich information, colorful illustrations and truckload of inspiration.
Our 2015 annual report follows the theme of blooming because that is exactly what we did in 2015. As an organization, we spent the year strengthening our roots, fostering our community, and becoming more sustainable. At the end of 2015, we stood on firmer ground. Each snippet of 2015 is captured in this gorgeous report. #BloomingAhead
The theme of our 2014 Annual Report is ‘kaleidoscope’ – a tool and a toy to look at the world in new ways by altering patterns around us.
Our 2013 annual report takes a close look at the collective impact of our first cohort of grantees -- 15 groups across 14 countries.
Our first ever annual report discusses FRIDA's vision, explains our unique grantmaking process, and looks back at the first round of grantmaking.