ONSIDE seeks to drive a sustained feminist movement that re-imagines and transforms sport. Such transformative work requires a collective and ongoing effort and ONSIDE envisions developing collaborations with like-minded actors that understand the urgent need to advance gender justice in sports. If you are interested in contributing to this groundbreaking work, please reach out to us.
The fund is administered by Women Win, a global multi-purpose fund supporting girls and women who are building powerful movements to exercise their rights.
ONSIDE Fund Partners
Women Win would also like to appreciate the support of some of our core funding partners who have made it possible to launch the ONSIDE Fund and support the first round of grantees.
During this first round of the ONSIDE Fund the Advisory Committee will participate in the selection of the initial cohort of re-grantees advancing gender justice through sports.
However, the Advisory Committee will also establish fully participatory grant-making processes for future rounds of funding.
I'm a human rights activist and photographer based in Germany and mainly focusing on women’s rights. I travelled extensively to disadvantaged communities around the world to document issues such as gender inequality, racism, urban deprivation, sexism and cultural conflict. I'm passionate about advocating for a world in which girls and women can do sports without being discriminated against for any reason.
Jaya Tiwari is currently Senior Manager Implementation at The Naz Foundation India Trust. She started working at Naz in 2000 and since 2009, she is responsible for the overall effective implementation of the Young People’s Initiative across Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Tamil Nadu and Punjab. At Naz, Jaya provides trainings on HIV, sports for development, leadership and sexuality.
Joy is a thinker and storyteller with a knack for strategy. She has a marketing and management background, with a degree in International Business Administration from the United States International University (USIU) – Africa. Committed to professional development, Joy has built on her academic background, acquiring skills and experience in the areas of development communications, monitoring and evaluation, and organisational development.
Juliana Roman Lozano
Feminist, migrant woman, former Football player and now a professional Football coach. For 10 years I have been part of La Nuestra Fútbol Feminista. We are an organisation that for more than a decade has worked in Buenos Aires to guarantee a safe space for girls, young and adult women to exercise their right to play football.
Meg Smith is currently the Deputy Executive Director of Women Win after working in a variety of programming roles since joining the organisation in 2012 as a volunteer. Meg has a Masters of International Health from Monash University and a background in International Development. She has particular expertise in sexual and reproductive health and rights, gender and sport for development.