At One Earth Future we believe that in order to be successful as an organization, we must strive for inclusive, collaborative, and stakeholder-driven approaches to our work. Considering the perspectives and needs of diverse groups is crucial to understanding the true nature of the problems we face in order to find effective, sustainable, and network-driven solutions. OEF acknowledges that in order to achieve our programmatic goals, we must be committed to building a culture of inclusivity and equality as part of our own operational values.
At OEF We Commit To:
1. OEF pays employees equally regardless of gender, and will publish aggregate pay information on its website.
The data below reflects salary information as of March 2020.
2. Each of OEF's programs will develop diversity and inclusion goals for their respective impact assessments, and will report progress on the OEF website.
OEF’s programs incorporate gender and inclusion into their work. Gender mainstreaming is a best practice, employed across inter-governmental and non-governmental organizations, that promotes gender equality and supports programmatic goals, from sustainable resource management to countering violent extremism.Here are some of the ways OEF programs incorporate gender:
Supporting female entrepreneurs in the Somali region through Shuraako
Enabling evidence-based policymaking on issues of Women, Peace & security
Understanding the role of women in fisheries in the Lake Victoria & Somali regions
Highlighting Women in Maritime
Understanding the Role of Women in Peacebuilding
Promoting Women’s Participation in Reintegration in Colombia
3. No OEF employee will speak on a panel or participate in a conference whose invited panelists and speakers do not represent the populations most affected by the topic, particularly as it relates to gender and nationality.
Exceptions can be made only after the panel
organizer is informed of OEF's policy, no
accommodation can be made, and the head of
OEF Human Resources, COO, or CEO signs off.