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A Practical Young Feminist Guide to Global Convenings

The 26th United Nations Climate Conference of the Parties (COP26) was a glaring example of what happens when grassroot organisers are excluded from conversations concerning their lives. Intended to place the world on a path towards averting a climate disaster, the summit failed after leaving the Global South and young people out. To counter this, we must scale up our efforts to facilitate spaces for young feminists, in all their diversity, to connect and conspire for a just present and future.

Mbali Khumalo works as FRIDA’s Program Officer providing accompaniment for feminist groups from Sub-Saharan Africa.

In this post she shares practical advice and learnings to create inclusive, feminist global convenings.

Changing the Narrative of Inequity

I recently gave a TEDx talk – Confidently Changing the Narrative of Inequity. I believe that although not an easy charge, we can change the narrative of inequity through conversation.

Full Recap of Family Planning +SocialGood

Running up to the International Conference on Family Planning 2013, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, FHI 360, Packard Foundation and UN Foundation hosted a +SocialGood event to discuss how technology and innovation are enabling the global development community to advance family planning goals and commitments. It was a lively discussion ranging from the role

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