A guest post by Tori Dietel Hopps of Dietel Partners and Andy Bryant of Segal Family Foundation.
Having experience as both a grant seeker and grant maker, it’s funders who I look to for bravery first. Here’s 7 ways funders can be more courageous.
What is so “risky” about placing relatively small amounts of money in the hands of people addressing challenges in their own communities?
People in the Global North are being re-awakened to their rebel selves. Now can we apply this in the global development sector?
Being part of a community means mutual obligations (and joys)!
A guest post by Steven Zyck of ODI about how to make locally-led humanitarian responses a reality.
Do donor policies and practices force their so-called “partners” to be unethical?
Funders, if you know the answer is “no”, offer it quickly and gracefully. Respect the vulnerability, but also the resilience, of those doing the asking.