We are delighted to welcome Emma Bürgisser as the Bretton Woods Project’s new Research and Project Officer on Gender. Emma will contribute to the implementation of a new Hewlett Foundation-supported women’s economic empowerment project. The Project also welcomes Roosje Saalbrink as the new Communications and Research Officer. Roosje will lead on the production of all the Project’s communication outputs, including the Observer.
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