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Why We Rhize: Enseignements tirés d’une décennie de soutien aux mouvements

December 19, 2023

Ce rapport vise à rendre hommage à l'héritage de Rhize et à documenter ses nombreux impacts, tout en distillant les défis et les enseignements sur divers thèmes pertinents pour les organisations non gouvernementales (ONG) qui travaillent sur le changement social dans le monde entier. En tant que tel, ce rapport n'offre pas de descriptions exhaustives du travail programmatique d'une ONG, comme le ferait un rapport annuel ou un site Web. Au lieu de cela, il offre une histoire organisationnelle à travers un récit, à plusieurs voix, des rebondissements d'une ONG, en s'appuyant sur des entretiens avec 15 parties prenantes clés de divers points tout au long de son parcours sur dix ans.---This report aims to celebrate Rhize's legacy and document its many impacts, while also distilling challenges and learnings on diverse themes relevant to nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) working in social change worldwide. As such, this report does not offer exhaustive descriptions of an NGO's programmatic work, as an annual report or a website might. Instead, it offers an organizational history through a multi-voiced narrative of an NGO's twists and turns, drawing from interviews with 15 key stakeholders from various points throughout its decade-long journey.

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Why We Rhize: Learnings from a Decade of Supporting Movements

December 19, 2023

This report aims to celebrate Rhize's legacy and document its many impacts, while also distilling challenges and learnings on diverse themes relevant to nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) working in social change worldwide. As such, this report does not offer exhaustive descriptions of an NGO's programmatic work, as an annual report or a website might. Instead, it offers an organizational history through a multi-voiced narrative of an NGO's twists and turns, drawing from interviews with 15 key stakeholders from various points throughout its decade-long journey.

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2016 Great Apes Evaluation Report

August 1, 2017

The overall goal of the Arcus Great Ape Program (GAP) is to achieve conservation and respect for great apes and gibbons. The foundation tracks and assesses the progress and effects of the Great Ape Program through a Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) system that enables it to gather and analyze data from a variety of sources—grantees, conservationists in the field and in academic research settings, and relevant databases—to measure progress along specific indicators and milestones to assess the status of goals, outcomes, and targets. The 2016 Monitoring and Evaluation report presents the program's progress against baselines set in 2010;highlights important issues that will inform and shape broader strategy of GAP; and provides a indication of impact since the previous 2013 evaluation and 2010 baselines.

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A Holistic Approach to Funding Women Environmental Defenders

April 2, 2024

Women environmental defenders are often at the forefront of protecting biodiversity, ensuring food security and sovereignty, and advancing the rights of local communities against environmental injustices caused by extractivism. However, they bear a disproportionate burden of harm due to systems of patriarchy and entrenched gender roles. WEDs face grave risks of retaliation, including gender-based violence, physical assault, psychological abuse, kidnapping, intimidation, false legal charges, defamation, and criminalization, yet they are often working for communal wellbeing. As noted by one of Global Greengrants Fund's advisors, "Organizations led by men often end up negotiating with corporations for material benefits, yet in the case of women, this doesn't happen because the health and security of families and communities aren't for sale."WEDs are powerful solution-holders because they recognize a holistic approach is crucial for building a better future now, and for generations to come. The climate crisis connects all of our fates, and our response as funders should likewise come from a connected and intersectional understanding. We must broadly support the WEDs who are bravely resisting the systems of oppression that created the crisis. This report compiles recommendations and practical steps for environmental justice funders to move from understanding towards action. 

2023 Clinton Foundation Impact Report

March 1, 2024

Every morning, all of us wake up and make a decision. Most days, we probably don't even know we're making it. But in the face of big and small challenges, from the deeply personal to the greatest global crises, we all have to decide. Will we throw our hands up and say it's all too much? Or will we live our lives in a way that builds a better future?In a year that often saw the forces of division try to tear us apart, the Clinton Foundation continued our work and advanced our core values of partnership, progress, and putting people first.Throughout the year, we experienced firsthand how our programs and partners are making a difference — each providing powerful examples of how solutions to the world's most pressing challenges are within our reach. 

The Rockefeller Brothers Fund 2023 Impact and ESG Assessment

February 23, 2024

2023 KEY FINDINGS: As of August 2023, the RBF's commitments to impact investments represented 19.9 percent of the endowment, nearing the 20 percent target we set in 2016.The RBF's impact portfolio is currently aligned with 16 of the 17 UN SDGs. As of August 2023, RBF's investments in ESG funds represented 14.7 percent of the portfolio. The RBF's ESG portfolio is currently aligned with 10 of the 17 UN SDGs. The Fund exercised its shareholder engagement rights for the 30 percent of its global equities portfolio structured as direct ownership. Among the shareholder proposals submitted to the companies in this portion of our portfolio, board diversity and board oversight, corporate political influence, workplace diversity, and human rights dominated as key themes in 2022. An additional 37 percent of our global equities portfolio companies have guidelines that reflect environmental, social, and governance issues that tend to align with RBF's proxy voting policy. The RBF will continuously evolve and improve how we look at the nonfinancial return of our investment portfolio and aims to share learnings publicly.

How Philanthropic Collaboratives Measure, Evaluate, and Learn

February 22, 2024

In this article, we shine a light on promising practices for how philanthropic collaboratives can effectively measure, evaluate, and learn in pursuit of greater impact. This article is based on two dozen interviews with collaborative leaders (plus informal conversations with dozens more), donors, grantees, and measurement experts;2 our survey research over the past three years, including nearly 280 philanthropic collaboratives; a review of publicly available reports from over 50 collaboratives; and a review of philanthropy measurement literature, such as Grantmakers for Effective Organizations' Shifting the Evaluation Paradigm: The Equitable Evaluation Framework and Co-Impact's Learning, Measurement, and Evaluation Guidebook. For this research, we defined collaboratives as entities that either pool or channel resources from multiple donors to nonprofits; we call them "collaboratives" and "collaborative funds" in this report, and occasionally refer to them as "funds" or "platforms" in other publications.

Trust-Based Philanthropy Explained

February 1, 2024

Trust-Based Philanthropy (TBP): What is it and how can collective giving groups bestpractice it?At its roots TBP is about advancing equity, shifting power, and building mutually accountable relationships. It seeks to demonstrate humility and collaboration in all aspects of the giving process.TBP is most often associated with grantmaking practices; however, committing meaningfully to TBP means going deeper than how we give. This resource will equip giving circle leaders with tools to go beyond grantmaking and infuse trust and the values of trust-based philanthropy into your culture, structures, practices, and leadership. 

In this together: Combining individual and collective strategies to confront data power

December 1, 2023

This think piece, titled "In this together: combining individual and collective strategies to confront data power" results from discussions between four advocacy organizations, Aapti Institute, Connected by Data, Datasphere initiative, and MyData Global, working to improve how data is governed.Common ambiguities in how individuals, groups, rights, protections, control, and personal data are discussed can create the impression of advocacy groups pulling in different directions and working on separate agendas. This paper however, argues that individual and collective approaches for data governance should be seen as complementary: both addressing particular challenges within the status quo.

Democratizing AI: Principles for Meaningful Public Participation

September 27, 2023

Even as AI presents technical and engineering innovations, the systems present fundamental risks to people, their families, and their communities. Public participation in AI will not be easy. But there are foundational lessons to apply from other domains. This policy brief builds on a comprehensive review of evidence from public participation efforts in policy domains such as anti-poverty programs and environmental policy. It summarizes evidence-based recommendations for ways to better structure public participation processes for AI.

What Matters to Youth?: YLabs Annual Report 2022

September 1, 2023

At YLabs, we believe in amplifying the power of youth to design a healthier, more prosperous future for themselves and their communities. We believe in designing with youth, not just for youth. We believe in focusing on what truly matters to young people.In 2022, our team dedicated over 18,000 hours to actively listening to young people's thoughts, ideas, and concerns. We co-designed digital self-care platforms, built evidence-informed advocacy campaigns, and developed innovative models that are realizing actual change in norms and behaviors. We didn't just listen - we acted.

Emerging Practices in Funding Nonprofit Technology

July 28, 2023

As the nonprofit sector continues to embrace the transformative power of technology, the landscape of funding opportunities is evolving to meet the unique needs and challenges faced by organizations in this digital age. This whitepaper aims to shed light on the emerging practices in funding nonprofit technology, providing valuable insights and guidance to grantmakers, philanthropic organizations, and stakeholders invested in the nonprofit sector.Since 2020, the Technology Association of Grantmakers (TAG) has been at the forefront of fostering discussions and facilitating knowledge sharing on the evolving practices in funding nonprofit technology. Through a series of meetings, webinars, and publications, TAG members have identified the pressing need for effective funding strategies in this digital era. These ongoing conversations have created a vibrant forum for industry professionals to exchange ideas, experiences, and innovative approaches. Leveraging the insights gained from these interactions, this whitepaper identifies and explores the leading practices that have emerged as innovative approaches to funding nonprofit technology.

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