Sustainable Markets Foundation

For Research And Advocacy On Feminist And Equitable Economic Policy In Africa

Regions Refocus, hosted by the Sustainable Markets Foundation, fosters regional and feminist networks through policy dialogue and workshops among civil society, governments, subregional alliances, and the United Nations. This grant will support a research and advocacy agenda to promote feminist and equitable economic policy in Africa. Regions Refocus will convene a community of experts and scholars to develop research and economic proposals with a feminist lens to advocate more inclusive and equitable economic policies in regional and global policy arenas that affect the African context.
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for building cross-regional, cross-movement solidarity in the struggle for progressive and feminist economic policy  
This grant is for the Sustainable Markets Foundation, which hosts Regions Refocus, an organization that builds cross-regional, cross-movement solidarity in the struggle for progressive and feminist economic policy, sparking alliances and strengthening analysis to challenge the dominant, neoliberal development framework. Regions Refocus collaborates on policy workshops, organizes collective research projects, and grows advocacy coalitions. This grant will support Regions Refocus in its three core areas of work: the Gender and Trade Coalition; Post-Colonialisms Today; and Economic and Vaccine Imperialism. (Strategy: International Women’s Economic Empowerment)
for the climate communications project  
Sustainable Markets Foundation is the fiscal sponsor for the Eco-Accountability project, which conducts research and launches communications to weaken the most prominent fossil fuel–related opponents of climate action and clean energy solutions. The Eco-Accountability team works with a network of bloggers and reporters to disseminate its research findings and promote widespread coverage that exposes the fossil fuel industries’ efforts to thwart progress on climate and clean energy policy.

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