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Communities for Gender Equality
Communities for Gender Equality | How to lead Institutional…

Ruth Mojeed Ramirez, Chief Equity Officer, The Inclusion Project will lead us through how to stay true to shifting power and cultural changes while incorporating policy changes. Many board tables do not reflect the very communities they serve. Boards who engage in diversity at the board table while exploring who is in the room and included in the discussion discover it improves their ability to connect with and serve the community.

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Webinar: Institutional change and understanding unconscious bias

What is institutional change? What are the key benefits of an accumulation of many small changes, versus an occasional larger change? Institutional change is about the personal, professional and institutional journey—not destination—with each journey being unique and requiring different changes and actions. Institutional change begins with the necessary audit and reflection on policies and practice within institutions to produce outcomes that may otherwise lead to inequalities and inequities within systems.

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National Efforts to Advance Gender Equality
Webinar: Exploring Trust-based Philanthropy

Trust-based philanthropy is being embraced by a growing number of foundations as a way to alleviate power imbalances between funders and grantees while fostering more productive and informative relationships. In this webinar, participants will understand the premise of trust-based philanthropy and hear from community foundations that are embracing trust-based approaches and how these practices align with the organization’s values.

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