For decades, the donor-grantee power relationship has been skewed. Those who 'give' have power over those who 'receive'. This is even more pronounced in south Asia where the state, donors based in the global north and corporate foundations dominate. It is crucial, therefore, that women's funds in particular are challenging the current politics of aid as well as the status quo that exists within it, which excludes the voices and leadership of women, trans and other marginalized communities.
Alliance issue: Philanthropy's Diversity Challenge; September 2017, Volume 22, Number 3.
Title: Feminist philanthropy comes to South Asia
Publication date 2017-05-09
Publication Year 2017
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