In 2022 Porticus launched a pilot learning year to support the development of a new global programme, Transforming migration parameters through movement building and lived-experience leadership’ (hereafter MOVE) within the People on the Move Portfolio. The pilot was intended to directly shape the base strategy for the new programme, recognising that funding for movement building and lived-experience leadership by and for people on the move represents a different way of working for Porticus and requires new knowledge and approaches.

Seeds in our pockets - How can funders nurture thriving social justice movements by and for people on the move - Porticus 2023 DOWNLOAD

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