Conteúdos de referência
The racial wealth gap: A stark reflection of structural inequality: Lessons learned from two decades of work
POR Ford Foundation EM 30/04/2019
early a generation ago, the Ford Foundation pivoted to focus much of its economic programming on expanding opportunities to build wealth, through promising but largely untested approaches to “asset building.” Rigorous scholarly research, such as Michael Sherraden’s Assets and the Poor (1991) and Melvin Oliver and Thomas Shapiro’s Black Wealth/White Wealt
POR Building Movement Project EM 28/02/2019
This report reveals that women of color encounter systemic obstacles to their advancement over and above the barriers faced by white women and men of color. Education and training are not the solution—women of color with high levels of education are more likely to be in administrative roles and are more likely to report frustrations about inadequate and inequitable salaries.
POR Instituto Ibirapitanga EM 05/06/2018
O ano de 2018 marca o aniversário de 30 anos da Constituição Federal do Brasil. Marco na redefinição jurídica do Estado brasileiro, representa a fronteira que separa os 21 anos de ditadura civil-militar
por GrantCraft em 16/04/2018
As communities worldwide are becoming more diverse, they are increasingly tackling the realities of systemic inequity. Philanthropy too must acknowledge its place in the context of transformative demographic changes. Addressing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) has been an ongoing challenge within philanthropy, and while there has been progress, it requires continual work.
POR Equity in the Center/ ProInspire EM 31/03/2018
Across the social sector, a fundamental element of social impact remains missing: race equity. Race equity, the condition where one’s racial identity has no influence on how one fares in society, is essential to social change. However, it is impossible until we address the structural racism that is entrenched, not only in our nation’s history and culture, but in the mindsets, policies, and practices of nonprofit and philanthropic management. This requires transformative change to these organizations, and to the sector overall.
POR FSG/ PolicyLink EM 31/10/2017
Corporate America is missing out on one of the biggest opportunities of our time for driving innovation and growth: creating business value by advancing racial equity.
Vídeos e Podcasts
POR GIFE EM 28/08/2018
POR GIFE EM 09/07/2018
por Open Society Foundations em 27/03/2018
POR GIFE EM 12/12/2017
POR INSTITUTO UNIBANCO EM 12/05/2017
POR INSTITUTO UNIBANCO EM 30/11/2016