From Diversity and Inclusion to Belonging
"to belonging" is a long-term project driven by tbd* that aims to change the discourse around diversity and inclusion to one of belonging. Anti-racism, feminism and equity will be the focus of our work and should lead to a radical systemic change in the impact sector, from "power over" and "power for" to "power with". This content series is a part of this project and is made possible by the Open Society Foundations.
The Open Society Foundations are the world’s largest private funder of independent groups working for justice, democratic governance, and human rights. Founded in Hungary by George Soros in 1984 the Open Society Foundations have grown into a global network working on issues from minority rights to access to health care and women’s rights. Open Society is known for its ability to respond rapidly with innovative programs to changing conditions.
In this series, colleagues from the Open Society Foundations and others working in the social justice sector shed light on some of the most pressing global challenges and the work that is being done to address them.