ActionAid USA will carry out in-country participatory research in South Africa, linking it to global analysis and advocacy in mainstream economic spaces relevant to women’s economic empowerment such as unpaid care burden, access to decent work and livelihoods, gender-responsive public services provision, and gender-just taxation. Learning from this research will be documented for adapting and replicating this project in other contexts. ActionAid will develop an international advocacy strategy and activities. They will work with feminist organizations in an international alliance, building their capacity to demand policy change within the broader frame of economic inequality.
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for a project to ensure that economies and public service systems work for women and girls globally
ActionAid USA is the U.S. branch of ActionAid International, which works in more than 50 countries to achieve social justice, gender equality, and poverty eradication. This grant will continue to support the Valuing Women’s Work and Young Urban Women projects under one grant. The Valuing Women’s Work project produces in-country feminist research on how economic models affect women disproportionately, linking to specific advocacy strategies in-country, regionally, and globally. The Young Urban Women project promotes movement building with young women in Ghana, India, and South Africa on issues around economic security, bodily integrity, and unpaid care work. (Strategy: International Women’s Economic Empowerment)
for support of the economic rights work of the women's rights program
ActionAid is an international network building a just, equitable, and sustainable world in solidarity with communities on the front lines of poverty and injustice. This grant to ActionAid USA will continue to support the Valuing Women’s Work and Young Urban Women projects under one grant. ActionAid USA will promote movement building with young urban women in Ghana, India, and South Africa around economic security, bodily integrity, and unpaid care work. ActionAid USA will support convenings, networking, and the presence of advocates in key decision-making spaces, and it will advocate for economic policy alternatives with a feminist lens. (Strategy: International Women’s Economic Empowerment)