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Kellea Miller

Special feature Kellea Miller 6 December 2022 For Subscribers

Before disaster strikes, harness the calm – How the philanthropic sector can prepare for crises

Too often, funders step in only after a crisis. We can do better. It is time to look for warning signs long before the emergency and to build a culture of preparedness Since the start …

Opinion Kellea Miller 5 September 2022

Adding evidence: What global grantmaking data tells about us funding for intersectional organising

Spoiler: philanthropy is not living up to its ideals Within the field of human rights philanthropy, we have spent much of the last decade asking how we can break down silos and move money to …

Special feature Kellea Miller 3 December 2019 For Subscribers

Shifting the power in a feminist funding ecosystem

Rhetoric supporting women and girls is all very well, but it needs to be matched by a corresponding increase in funding for feminist movements Feminist movements are blazing a path towards justice and creating feminist …

Opinion Susan Jessop and Kellea Miller 7 December 2017

Our voices are strong: why self-led activism works

Every voice matters. But impoverishment, injustice and violence in communities around the world routinely serve to silence women, girls and trans people. This leaves them little choice but to fight to be heard and to …