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2021: The Year in Gender Justice

Artist Changemaker Program

The Artist Changemaker Program at Global Fund for Women supports artists who are making the gender justice revolution irresistible by using their art as a tool for new visions of a world with equity and equality for all.


Lehna Huie (she/her/hers) is a multi-disciplinary artist of Jamaican heritage born in New York City. Through her work, Lehna is committed to uplifting stories of Black identity as a means to explore international connections among the Pan African and Caribbean Diasporas.


Mona Benyamin (she/her/hers) is a Palestinian visual artist and filmmaker based in Haifa. In her works, she explores intergenerational outlooks on hope, trauma, and questions of identity.

What girls need to grow: Lessons for social change philanthropy

What Girls Need to Grow: Lessons for Social Change Philanthropy shares the results of a survey on the impact of 40 Global Fund for Women…

More than money: Strategies to build women's economic power

More Than Money: Strategies to Build Women’s Economic Power outlines key lessons learned from Global Fund for Women’s three-year economic opportunity initiative. The publication of…