Young feminists are on the frontlines of efforts to resist, undo and mitigate the effects of climate change and environmental degradation.
Yet, as noted by FRIDA community at the UN climate negotiations, women, and young women in particular, often remain on the margins of decision-making and forums on these issues.
FRIDA recognizes that climate change and environmental degradation constitute a significant threat to human and our planet’s well-being, and that these threats disproportionately impact on women’s well-being, survival and livelihoods. With the aim of ensuring that young feminists and young women are supported in continuing to play an active role in the global transition towards justice and sustainability; FRIDA is launching a special grant round for young feminist and young women-led groups focused on Climate and Environmental Justice in targeted regions and countries.
Groups founded or led by young women or trans* youth (under 30 years) that are committed to ALL of the following:
1) Advancing and defending women’s rights from a feminist perspective
2) Improving the lives of young women/trans* youth at local, national, regional or international levels;
3) Working towards climate and/or environmental justice, understood as defending a clean, healthy and safe environment while at the same time defending the rights of the most marginalized sectors, including women, indigenous groups, and/or others;
Who is not supported:
Applications that DO NOT fit criteria will not be considered or reviewed. If you are not sure if you fit basic criteria, please take a look at our Climate and Environmental Justice grant round FAQ. In case your question is not included, please email us at email@example.com and we will make sure to respond at the earliest convenience.
FRIDA is accepting proposals online! Please use this link to apply.
We strongly recommend that you read through the complete application form before you submit online. This will help you prepare complete responses before you begin your online submission. In order to makes sure that we receive your proposal please use the online form, rather than sending your proposal via email.
You may also: Email your application to firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: All applicants will receive a confirmation email indicating that we have received your proposal. For more information, please email: email@example.com