Institute for Economic Justice

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As an African activist economic think tank, the Institute for Economic Justice (IEJ) generates rigorous economic analysis, equips progressive policymakers and civil society with contextually relevant policy solutions, and provides training on African feminist economics. Over the next few years, IEJ aims to strengthen its capacity to influence feminist economics thinking across the research, advocacy, and policy spaces in Africa, focusing on macroeconomic policy and social protection, precarious work, and the implications of COVID-19 on care work. IEJ works to deepen these focal areas, including sustained, meaningful engagement with policy actors, and enhance its institutional capacity. (Strategy: International Women’s Economic Empowerment)
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Johannesburg, South Africa
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As an African activist economic think tank, the Institute for Economic Justice (IEJ) generates rigorous economic analysis, equips progressive policymakers and civil society with contextually relevant policy solutions, and provides training on African feminist economics. Over the next few years, IEJ aims to strengthen its capacity to influence feminist economics thinking across the research, advocacy, and policy spaces in Africa, focusing on macroeconomic policy and social protection, precarious work, and the implications of COVID-19 on care work. IEJ works to deepen these focal areas, including sustained, meaningful engagement with policy actors, and enhance its institutional capacity. (Strategy: International Women’s Economic Empowerment)

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