International Funders for Indigenous Peoples' (IFIP's) Indigenous Women’s Funders Working Group will engage in peer learning, networking, and promote awareness of key issues, planning a path to improve coordination and strategies among funders. The Working Group will also explore ways to leverage the opportunities for cross-sector collaboration.
This new funders’ working group will cultivate direct partnerships among Indigenous women around funders around the world that aim to advance philanthropic practices grounded in Indigenous Peoples values and traditions, while supporting Indigenous women’s empowerment to uphold their individual and collective rights.
- Dr. Rosalee Gonzalez, Acting Executive Director, US Human Rights Network; Co-Coordinator, Continental Network of Indigenous Women of the Americas
- Lourdes Inga, Executive Director, International Funders for Indigenous Peoples
- Teresa Zapata, Executive Director, International Forum of Indigenous Women (FIMI)
All interested funders in the Indigenous women movement.
1:45 - 2:00 PM Check-in
2:00 - 4:00 PM Meeting (with Lunch)
Registration is required by March 13th.
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