ActionAid UK

For The Bretton Woods Project

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This grant will monitor the impact and implementation of international financial institutions’ macroeconomic policy to examine how it is currently developed with respect to gender analysis, and where gaps in analysis and data exist. Through work with civil society and targeted advocacy directed at international financial institutions and other multilateral institutions, this grant will seek to push for policy changes regarding the incorporation of a gender perspective into macroeconomic policymaking.
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for gender equality and macroeconomics work of the Bretton Woods Project  
This grant to ActionAid U.K. will support the Bretton Woods Project to continue its work with influential civil society organizations and key officials within international financial institutions to ensure that the macroeconomic policies they promote contribute rather than undermine gender equality. This grant will support (a) the monitoring of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank’s activities; (b) the development of policy analysis and recommendations for change; and (c) advocacy strategies that target insider champions of institutional change focused on gender equality. The project will strengthen the capacity of civil society organizations who work on gender equality and economic justice to promote coordinated advocacy strategies.
for the Bretton Woods Project  
This grant will monitor the impact and implementation of international financial institutions’ macroeconomic policy to examine how it is currently developed with respect to gender analysis, and where gaps in analysis and data exist. Through work with civil society and targeted advocacy directed at international financial institutions and other multilateral institutions, this grant will seek to push for policy changes regarding the incorporation of a gender perspective into macroeconomic policymaking.

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