We are a feminist women's fund, we work for the human rights of womens, girls and sexual and gender diversities. We mobilize resources to support territorial organizations and activist networks that carry out their work in Chilean territory. Since 2002 we have been working together with these organizations for a future of "Good living" for everyone.
The Women's Funds are organizations dedicated to mobilizing and delivering grants to feminist organizations and movements around the world. Together they work for gender justice and the advancement of the human rights of womens, girls and sexual-gender dissidents.
Feminist solidarity, mutual support, transparency and diversity are the values that guide our action. We work with donors and organizations in horizontal relationships of companionship, respect, trust, empathy and reciprocity for democratic, inclusive, equal, intercultural and ecological societies.
We imagine solidarity, respectful, intercultural and inclusive societies that collectively participate in the construction of "Good living" for all living beings, generating harmony with the ecosystems that sustains our lives. Societies where non-violence, social justice, dignity of all human beings and their indissoluble relationship with nature, are recognized as principles.
We mobilize resources and facilitate financing opportunities, alliances, political and territorial articulation to organizations of womens, girls, childrens, and sexual and gender diversities, who work for the full exercise of their human rights and "Good living".
Alquimia Fund has a directory composed of 7 OUTSTANDING ACTIVISTS WOMENS:
Feminist and lesbian activist. She is a researcher at Fundación Sol and a PhD in Sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States. She is currently co-chair of the Gender and Feminist Studies section of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA) and part of the editorial committee of the Law and Society Group – Chile.
Feminist, activist and social communicator. She participated in the creation of La Casa de la Mujer La Morada and has been director of Radio Tierra. She is currently the director and host of Foro Ciudadano, a radio program with more than 20 years of experience that is broadcast in all regions of Chile. She is recognized as a Citizen Leader in Communications by Fundación Avina (Switzerland) and Ashoka (USA).
Occupational therapist and human rights defender, with a long history of supporting people living with HIV. She is the founder and executive director of Fundación Salud Vida y Acción Social – SAVIA, which for 21 years has been working on the cultural transformation of a society that Co-Lives with HIV/AIDS.
Decolonial anti-racist lesbian feminist activist. She is a doctor in Latin American Studies, researcher and academic of the Master of Gender at the Central University. She is part of the Latin American Group for Feminist Studies, Training and Action (GLEFAS), where she works stressing the relationships between race, gender, class, and sexuality that exist among social movements throughout the region.
Feminist sociologist and coordinator of the Democracy and Human Rights Program of the Regional Office of the Heinrich Böll Foundation Southern Cone. Since 2009 she has been an activist for sexual and reproductive rights, currently being a member of the central team of the Feminist Circuit for Women's Sexual Health, within which framework she has participated in various feminist meetings at a national and international level.
Feminist, human rights and women's activist. He is an economist and has a master's degree in Social Sciences. She has worked as a researcher and consultant for entities such as the World Bank (BN) and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO). Former undersecretary of SernamEG and founder of the Action Table for Abortion Chile. She is the author and co-author of various publications on violence against women and femicide.
She is the founder and national leader of the Association of Rural and Indigenous Women, ANAMURI, which since 1998 has organized and promoted the development of rural and indigenous women in Chile, and is part of the Latin American Coordinator of Rural Organizations and the Vía Campesina International . She leads national and international actions, such as the Ethical Tribunal against violence against women in the countryside, the Bill of Rights for Peasants and Peasants that she promotes at the United Nations and the campaign to defend seeds and in favor of food sovereignty.