• The Inukshuk Blog
    A blog of updates and inspiration from Imago Dei Fund.


Thursday, November 29th is International Women Human Rights Defenders Day!

November 29, 2018
November 29, 2018|

Today is the day we celebrate YOU- women, girls, activists, program implementors, and fellow supporters- in the 16 Days of Activism campaign! November 29th is International Women Human Rights Defenders Day. While this day focuses Read More

Passionate about racial equity? 2019 Atlantic Fellows Application Process O...

November 29, 2018
November 29, 2018|

South Africa and the United States are connected by a shared history of power structures exploiting people based on their race, gender, class and ability. Over the last two centuries, Black liberation activists in these Read More

16 Days of Activism to End Gender Violence is Underway!

November 26, 2018
November 26, 2018|

The 16 Days of Activism to End Gender Violence is underway! Below are some key facts and information about the campaign including its history, significance, and important dates. Throughout these 16 days, we look forward Read More

A Salute to Jewish Philanthropy – A Tree of Life Quietly and Faithful...

Emily Nielsen Jones | November 20, 2018
November 20, 2018|

The fatal shooting that claimed the lives of eleven members of the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh a few weeks ago has left so many in our country shocked and devastated. It has eerie Read More

IDF Welcomes Erin Gerber and Katie Bunten-Wamaru to the Team!

November 20, 2018
November 20, 2018|

The Imago Dei Fund (IDF) is excited to welcome our two new Program Partners, Erin Gerber and Katie Bunten-Wamaru. Erin and Katie both bring a depth of experience, kindness, generosity and a humble respect of Read More

North America on Its Way to Continent-Wide Human Trafficking Safety Net Res...

November 16, 2018
November 16, 2018|

From the Praxis Project: It’s official! In late October, our partners at the Canada Centre to End Human Trafficking were awarded the contract to build and run Canada’s first ever national human trafficking hotline. Polaris’s Read More

“Africans believe in something that is difficult to render in English. We call it ubuntu, botho. It means the essence of being human. You know when it is there and when it is absent. It speaks about humaneness, gentleness, hospitality, putting yourself out on behalf of others, being vulnerable. It embraces compassion and toughness. It recognizes that my humanity is bound up in yours, for we can only be human together.”
Desmond Tutu