Small Grants Programme Summer 2022
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 (IFIs) undermine women’s rights and gender equality.
The Gender Equality and Macroeconomics (GEM) project at BWP challenges the ways in which macroeconomic policies currently promoted by international financial institutions (IFIs) – in particular the IMF and World Bank – undermine gender equality and women’s rights. To change this, the project critically examines the gendered implications of current fiscal, monetary, investment, and labour market policy, engages in direct advocacy with the IFIs, and works to support a wide range of civil society groups and organisations towards building an enabling macroeconomic environment for women’s rights and gender equality.
With a budget of $35,000, they are able to offer a limited number of organisations grants. They will support projects that align with the aims of the GEM project, and particularly encourage women’s rights organisations to apply. They will prioritise funding smaller organisations who might have less access to mainstream sources of funding.
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.
Global South women’s rights and economic justice organizations working on macroeconomics, IFIs and gender equality.
The proposed projects/activities contribute to addressing the ways in which neoliberal macroeconomic policies promoted by international financial institutions undermine women’s rights and gender equality.
The small grant will make a critical difference in the applicant’s ability to carry out the proposed project/activities
The applying civil society organisation is aligned with the Bretton Woods Project’s mission and vision.
The applying organisation must be a legally registered charity in their local country and have a bank account that can receive international wire transfers.
The proposed projects/activities must be carried out over the next 14 months (concluded by August 2023).
The applying organisation is based in the Global South.
The applying organisation is a women’s rights organisation.
The applying organisation is relatively small – where a small grant can make a big difference.
The proposed project relates to the IMF or World Bank, and/or focuses on countries where IMF or World Bank programmes are in place or being actively negotiated.
The proposed project focuses on themes within gender equality and macroeconomics that remain underexplored.
The proposed project offers synergies with the work of structural project partners.
For more information, visit https://www.brettonwoodsproject.org/gender-equality-macroeconomics-project/call-for-proposals-gender-equality-macroeconomics-small-grants-programme-summer-2022/
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