Civil society joint statement formulates a set of key policy asks grounded in a commitment to critically assess the gendered impact of the Fund’s conventional fiscal, monetary, and labour market policy advice.
CSOs send an open letter to the Executive Directors of the International Monetary Fund calling for an open and robust public consultation on the IMF’s forthcoming Gender Strategy.
This briefing argues that the Bank’s current framework for analysing the impacts of its macroeconomic policy advice on gender equality are insufficient.
IFI’s initial analysis of gender impact of VAT still at odds with civil society calls and evidence.
IMF gender research direction shifts away from macroeconomic drivers of gender inequality.
As the IMF celebrates the rise of VAT, women and those least able to pay are left behind in worsening inequality crisis.
World Bank backs private sector voucher project in Uganda as poorest women lose out.
25 years after Beijing Declaration, austerity and privatisation still modus operandi of Bretton Woods Institutions at the cost of women's rights.