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Feminist Organisational Development Tool

This toolkit is designed to help women´s organisations with monitoring their institutional development as well as peer review with other feminists.

 

The guide includes

Begin with the individual/personal reflection: Guidelines for personal consideration and contemplation

4 areas of considerations when building feminist institutions

Guiding questions for feminist leadership in governance and political Participation

Examples

Target group: Whilst developed primarily for women’s rights organisations, the tool is a useful resource for all activists and those interested in extending their knowledge and understanding of feminist theory and practice in Africa.
Language: English
Credit: The toolkit was created by The African Feminist Forum Working Group 2010
It consists of: Ayesha Imam (Nigeria) Bene Madunagu (Nigeria) Bisi Adeleye-Fayemi (Nigeria/Ghana) Codou Bop (Senegal) Demere Kitunga (Tanzania) Everjoice Wi n (Zimbabwe/South Africa) Hope Chigudu (Zimbabwe/Uganda) Jessica Horn (Uganda/UK) Mary Wandia (Kenya) Sarah Mukasa (Uganda/Ghana) Shamillah Wilson (South Africa) Solome Nakaweesi Kimbugwe (Uganda) Sylvia Tamale (Uganda)
The African Feminist Forum is being hosted by the African Women Development Fund (AWDF).
Website: The African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF)

Feminist Organisational Development Tool

This toolkit is designed to help women´s organisations with monitoring their institutional development as well as peer review with other feminists.

 

 

The guide includes

  •  Begin with the individual/personal reflection: Guidelines for personal consideration and contemplation

  • 4 areas of considerations when building feminist institutions

  • Guiding questions for feminist leadership in governance and political Participation

  • Examples

Target group: Whilst developed primarily for women’s rights organisations, the tool is a useful resource for all activists and those interested in extending their knowledge and understanding of feminist theory and practice in Africa.
Language: English
Credit: The toolkit was created by The African Feminist Forum Working Group 2010
It consists of: Ayesha Imam (Nigeria) Bene Madunagu (Nigeria) Bisi Adeleye-Fayemi (Nigeria/Ghana) Codou Bop (Senegal) Demere Kitunga (Tanzania) Everjoice Wi n (Zimbabwe/South Africa) Hope Chigudu (Zimbabwe/Uganda) Jessica Horn (Uganda/UK) Mary Wandia (Kenya) Sarah Mukasa (Uganda/Ghana) Shamillah Wilson (South Africa) Solome Nakaweesi Kimbugwe (Uganda) Sylvia Tamale (Uganda)
The African Feminist Forum is being hosted by the African Women Development Fund (AWDF).
Website: The African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF)

Support / Credit

This collection of tools and resources is based on numerous activists’, movement’s and organization’s work and time.

We recommend that you support and credit the work behind the resources you download, by donating, or in other ways supporting groups and organizations behind the tools you use.

Bearing in mind that women’s- feminist- and LGBTIQ+ organizations are acutely underfunded globally, despite the important work they carry out.

Background / Who we are

This site was developed by a Feminist Network in Denmark, consisting of 4 civil society organizations, LGBT+ Denmark, Action Aid Denmark, The Danish Family Planning Association, and the Women’s Council Denmark. 

The Feminist Network was formed to guide our own working methods in a more feminist direction. And to inspire and be inspired by the vast amount of knowledge, experience, and practice within the many feminist traditions and movements globally.

The site is an effort to share this with others. And to give visibility and credit to the producers of the many valuable resource and toolkits that are accessible online.

Contact info: kvr@kvinderaad.dk

Support / Credit

This collection of tools and resources is based on numerous activists’, movement’s and organization’s work and time.

We recommend that you support and credit the work behind the resources you download, by donating, or in other ways supporting groups and organizations behind the tools you use.

Bearing in mind that women’s- feminist- and LGBTIQ+ organizations are acutely underfunded globally, despite the important work they carry out.

Background / Who we are

This site was developed by a Feminist Network in Denmark, consisting of 4 civil society organizations, LGBT+ Denmark, Action Aid Denmark, The Danish Family Planning Association and the Women’s Council Denmark. 

The Feminist Network was formed to guide our own working methods in a more feminist direction. And to inspire and be inspired by the vast amount of knowledge, experience, and practice within the many feminist traditions and movements globally.

The site is an effort to share this with others. And to give visibility and credit to the producers of the many valuable resource and toolkits that are accessible online.

Contact info: kvr@kvinderaad.dk