Call for proposals: Gender Equality & Macroeconomics small grants programme summer 2022

NOW CLOSED: Thank you for applying. Due to capacity constraints, we are only able to respond to successful applicants. 

The Gender Equality and Macroeconomics (GEM) team at the Bretton Woods project calls for proposals from Global South women’s rights and economic justice organisations who are seeking financial support for programming and advocacy activities that contribute to addressing the ways in which macroeconomic policies promoted by international financial institutions undermine women’s rights and gender equality.

Scenes from the municipal market in Tucuru, Guatemala. Photo: UN Women/Ryan Brown

Who: Global South women’s rights and economic justice organizations working on macroeconomics, IFIs and gender equality.

What: Small grants of up to USD $11,500 to be spent directly on project work aligned with the Gender Equality and Macroeconomics (GEM) project aims.

When: NOW CLOSED. Closing date of Sunday 26th of June 2022, 11:59pm UK time. Thank you, we have now closed this programme and cannot accept any applications sent after the stated time and date.

Where: CSOs registered and based in the Global South.

Read the full call for proposals here

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