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2022 Year in Gender Justice

Announcing The Everyday Feminist by Latanya Mapp Frett

We have some big news! Global Fund for Women President and CEO Latanya Mapp Frett has written a new book, The Everyday Feminist: The Key to Sustainable Social Impact-Driving Movements We Need Now More than Ever, coming in March 2023!

Apply for the Adolescent Girls Advisory Council 2023
Apply for the 2023 Adolescent Girls Advisory Council

Applications now open! Global Fund for Women is looking for young feminist activists to join the Adolescent Girls Advisory Council (AGAC) in 2023. Applications are due February 20.

Annual Report 2022

Global Fund for Women offers flexible funding and support to fuel collective action and create meaningful change that will last beyond our lifetimes. Explore our Fiscal Year 2022 Annual Report for more information about the past year’s accomplishments, financial information, and a list of our Board of Directors.

2022 YEAR IN GENDER JUSTICE

This year was tough. But this year also saw deep-rooted movements and feminist leaders fight back with vision and heart. Join Global Fund for Women in reflecting on the year’s challenges, wins, and promising trends.

Black Philanthropy Month: Interview with Two Black Feminist Philanthropic Leaders

Black communities are creating solutions to problems that affect everyone. Hakima Abbas of Black Feminist Fund and Shonda Brooks of Global Fund for Women discuss a Black feminist approach to philanthropy and actions to give Black to give back for Black Philanthropy Month and beyond.

group of people at the "Stop Killing Afghans" London protest in August 2021
Gender Justice in Afghanistan Is Non-Negotiable

We spoke to an Afghan activist for girls’ rights to understand what life is like under the Taliban, how to support feminist activists there, and what’s at stake for women and girls in the region.

Global Fund for Women Condemns U.S. Supreme Court Ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health

Global Fund for Women condemns the deadly ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court effectively overturning Roe v. Wade.

Introducing Our Fourth Cohort of Artist Changemakers

We are celebrating and honoring the deeply creative, political, and intersectional work of three queer artists for Pride Month 2022. At a time when LGBTQ people are facing increased prejudice and persecution, the Artist Changemaker Advisory Council nominated this cohort to highlight how queer people have led the way in movements for justice around the world.