Grantmaking for Social Justice and Peace: Approaches Drawn from Shared Practice

This study aims to share the experiences and practices of many different funders and, in doing so, to encourage self reflection. Whether it is framing priority issues, designing grant programmes or listing selection criteria, each of these steps either includes or excludes options for change. What are often seen as technical considerations can, in fact, be incredibly important in identifying potential grantee and collaborative partners. Power does not only lie in foundation boards and chief executives, it is also found in the niches of programme decision making, outreach and administration.

Authors

Barry Knight, Avila Kilmurray

Publishers

Philanthropy for Social Justice and Peace

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