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WE ARE ONSIDE

A series of gatherings and conversations that explore the intersection of feminism and advocacy in the sport for gender justice movement.

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We Are ONSIDE is a series of gatherings and conversations that explore the intersection of feminism and advocacy in the sport for gender justice movement.

 

The aim is to bring together feminist voices from the global south to better understand and highlight the work being done on the ground in local communities and learn more about a cross-sector feminist movement that reimagines sport, transforming intersectional discrimination, oppression and inequalities in order to advance gender justice in local and international sports systems and structures.

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International Day of Sport for Development and Peace

April 6, 2021

During the first We Are ONSIDE conversation we introduced the ONSIDE fund and highlighted the role of participatory grant-making in the sport for development sector.

We discussed grantees' experiences with accessing funding opportunities, how to shift power dynamics between funders and those receiving money in a more decolonized approach to supporting sport as a strategy for girls and women’s rights, and the importance of participatory grant-making and shared governance models to advance gender justice through sport.

Watch the conversation here.

Participants in this first conversation included:

ONSIDE Fund grantees:

ONSIDE Advisory Committee member:

  • Juliana Román – feminist activist and migrant womxn, representing La Nuestra Fútbol Feminista in Argentina.

And Jody Myrum, Gender Justice Consultant and former Director of NoVo Foundation’s Initiative to Advance Adolescent Girls Rights .

Watch this space for future We Are ONSIDE Conversations.

The ONSIDE Fund is part of the broader ONSIDE Initiative which envisions a world where all girls and women* exercise their right to play.

* ONSIDE actively looks to support all cis, trans, non-binary and all other underrepresented groups and communities such as black, indigenous, mestizas, people of colour, LGBTIQ+, refugees, and migrant girls and women with or without disabilities.

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