Individual donors and institutional grantmakers in all fields have sought to address the structural inequalities that prevent people from surviving, let alone thriving. We identified five dimensions funders can use to assess whether a proposal has potential to reduce structural inequality — or reinforce it. Panelists include Cecilia Conrad, MacArthur Foundation; Kat Rosqueta, Center for High Impact Philanthropy; Angie Murimirwa, CAMFED International; Maanda Ngoitiko, Pastoral Women’s Council; Sonya Passi, FreeFrom; Lauren Sato, Ada Developers Academy; and Jeff Ubois, Lever for Change.

Read the full article about reducing structural inequality at The Center for High Impact Philanthropy.