At Capital Human, we believe in the power of people and capital.
We apply an intersectional gender lens when considering inequality across organisational systems.
Our mission is to correct gender-based disadvantage and inequity often amplified by intersecting social characteristics such as age, class, sexuality, race, ethnicity, religion, disability and Aboriginality.
We have extensive experience leading, facilitating and delivering regional capacity-building projects and programs across Australia, Asia, the Pacific Islands, Latin America and Africa.
We acknowledge and honour the years of expertise that have led to creating policies and best practices around gender equality and social impact.
Our work builds on this and contributes further research to address knowledge gaps and increase the evidence base.
We understand how gender inequalities cut across all sectors, structures, and intersecting issues like race and climate in context-specific ways. We utilise communication strategies that build engagement on gender and support organisations and individuals to take meaningful action.