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Lourdes Inga

Special feature Lourdes Inga and Phrang Roy 30 November 2021 For Subscribers

Building on Indigenous knowledge

Learning from the knowledge of Indigenous Peoples is vital for the transformation of global food systems In transforming the future of food, funders need to support food sovereignty, agrobiodiversity, and Indigenous Peoples’ food systems that move away …

Opinion Lourdes Inga 14 May 2021

Indigenous Led Funds can be a solution to philanthropy’s inequity

There are 476 million Indigenous Peoples globally, representing 6.2 per cent of the world’s population. By all measures across philanthropy, Indigenous people are underrepresented. Simply put, Indigenous Peoples represent the most prominent blind spot in …

Special feature Lourdes Inga and Darren Walker 3 March 2020 For Subscribers

Justice is key to real social progress

Lourdes Inga (Peruvian of Quechua descent) of the International Funders for Indigenous Peoples talks to Darren Walker, president of the Ford Foundation about the importance of placing Indigenous perspectives centre-stage Lourdes Inga: International Funders for …