Earlier this year the Foundation released the 65th Volume of the Development Dialogue, Intersectionality: Experiences, views and visions for change.
This month the Foundation is promoting an interactive summary highlighting key messages from the publication. ‘We wanted to create a more practical way to understand intersectionality and this interactive summary is the result’, said José Alvarado, Programme Officer for peacebuilding and sustaining peace and publication co-editor.
The interactive summary was created by Tania María Carrillo, Viridiana Montiel, and Alma Ríos. They work for the Mexican based Fondo Semillas and were keen to share their understanding of intersectionality through alternate forms of storytelling.