I want to begin be thanking all of the Conversation Leaders for volunteering their time, effort, and knowledge to this very important conversation on Intersectional Human Rights Organizing. Please take a moment to click on individual Conversation Leaders' profiles to learn more about the work they do and support the organizations and causes they represent. A stronger human rights community can be built through the support and encouragement of an engaged network of activists and practitioners.
The following questions serve as a framework for this discussion thread on 'Resourcing & Supporting Intersectional Work':
What funding strategies have you used to resource the work? And how can foundations and traditional lines of funding better support intersectional work, organizations, and movements?
What sorts of organizational structures and infrastructure are needed to nurture and/or strengthen an intersectional approach?
What are or has been some support strategies for building strong, effective, and long-lasting movements grounded in an intersectional approach? (This could include examples that range from supporting and caring for yourself to other individuals, organizations, or movements)