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Feminist friendship

Feminist friendship as method: conversations on advisory models in philanthropy

Ruby Johnson and Devi Leiper O’Malley 14 January 2022

Advisors are often how philanthropy intersects with and connects to social movements – the mechanism by which funders build their muscle to decentralize power and decisions, as well as be accountable to the communities they …


Feminist friendship as method: experiences of re-organising power in philanthropy

Ruby Johnson and Devi Leiper O’Malley 27 August 2021

In this series, we explore the significance of friendship in philanthropy and our movements. Lisa M. Tillman-Healy argues the merit of using ‘friendship’ as a method of qualitative inquiry which involves researching with ‘the practices, …


Feminist friendship as method: Experiences of re-organising power in philanthropy

Ruby Johnson and Devi Leiper O’Malley 30 July 2021

A luta continua. The struggle continues. A popular phrase in social justice movements, and in a time of global pandemic, climate and intersecting political crises, the struggle must continue if we are to survive. We …