Sustainable Markets Foundation

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

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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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Jay R. Halfon
45 W 36th St, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10018-7635
Grants to this Grantee
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.
for support of the Millennial Action Project  
This one-year supplemental matching grant would provide flexible support to the Millennial Action Project, a fiscally sponsored project of the Sustainable Markets Fund, in its efforts to overcome partisan gridlock through the recruitment, engagement, and mobilization of the next generation of political leaders, including the larger number of members of Congress who are under 40 in the 114th Congress. This grant would support the Project as it expands its programmatic efforts, especially to the growing Bipartisan Congressional Future Caucus.
for support of the Millennial Action Project  
This three-year project grant would provide flexible support to the Millennial Action Project (MAP), a fiscally sponsored project, in its efforts to overcome partisan gridlock through the recruitment, engagement, and mobilization of the next generation of political leaders. This grant would support MAP as it carries out its current programmatic efforts, including the Bipartisan Congressional Future Caucus, the James Madison Fellowship, and the Millennial Policy Program. It would also buttress MAP’s capacity to respond to new charitable opportunities as they arise.

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