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Learning and Evaluation Consultant

Deadline: Until filled

Location: New York, USA

Organization: Global Fund for Women

Working closely with the Vice President of Impact & Effectiveness, this position supports the implementation of an organization-wide learning, evaluation, and impact framework for Global Fund for Women. 

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Advocacy Intern

Deadline: Until filled

Location: San Francisco, USA

Organization: Global Fund for Women

The Advocacy Group Intern will be an integral part of the Advocacy group and the larger Programs team by researching topical issues, preparing written materials, providing administrative support, and completing other projects as needed. 

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International Gender and Organizational Development Consultant

Deadline: Until filled

Location: Washington, USA

Organization: Banyan Global

The Consultant would support the strengthening of the organizational and governance capacity of SNGP national partner. The capacity-building would include trainings and support the updating of internal operating documents and procedures.

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Illicit Financial Flows: Why we should claim these resources for gender, economic and social justice

The growing dominance of international financial markets and institutions in defining global economic policies has resulted in the capture of people’s power in the interest of global elites and big corporations.

Illicit Financial Flows: Why we should claim these resources for gender, economic and social justice

The growing dominance of international financial markets and institutions in defining global economic policies has resulted in the capture of people’s power in the interest of global elites and big corporations.

Illicit Financial Flows: Why we should claim these resources for gender, economic and social justice

The growing dominance of international financial markets and institutions in defining global economic policies has resulted in the capture of people’s power in the interest of global elites and big corporations.

Making trade work for gender equality

Trade has the potential to advance gender equality and realise women’s rights by expanding decent work opportunities for women and contributing to sustainable and equitable economic development. However, in many cases this potential has not been fulfilled; trade, and the agreements that establish its rules, have impacted negatively on the lives of many women. 

For whom the bells toll: Not for feminists, or civil society!

In April, Priti Darooka, feminist activist and policy expert representing a small cohort of gender and policy experts, the newly formed BRICS Feminist Watch (BFW),, attended the W20 hosted by Germany. These ‘new’ feminists or ‘business feminists’ talk the language our governments want to hear and the whole push is for conventional economic growth, that we know will continue to leave majority of women behind.

Source: BRICS Feminist Watch

The impact of cash transfers on women and girls

This briefing summarises the evidence on the impact of cash transfers on women and girls, drawn from the full report, Cash transfers: what does the evidence say?

Microsavings and Economic Development: Women on the Path to Equality

Gender inequality is one of the underlying causes of poverty. Enhancing women’s economic empowerment is a key lever to achieve fair, sustainable and inclusive development. The work of CARE has therefore focused on the economic empowerment of women through the promotion of village savings and loan associations (VSLA).