5 Things You Need to Know About the IMF and the Sustainable Development Goals

2021-07-12T17:27:50-04:00July 26, 2018|

By Tony Annett and Chris Lane

July 26, 2018 

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The global economic juggernaut is bumping into the boundaries of environmental safety (photo: Infogram).

Although we live in an age of unparalleled wealth and technological achievement, billions of people are still suffering from poverty, hunger, exclusion, and conflict. […]

5 Things You Need to Know About the IMF and Gender

2019-03-15T13:27:28-04:00November 22, 2017|

Woman engineer at work: The IMF’s research shows that countries can reap benefits from closing gender gaps (photo: nimis69/iStock by Getty Images)

By IMFBlog

November 22, 2017

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Women count. They contribute to society in every way, including as a crucial part of their countries’ economic growth and prosperity.

Not long ago, few people would have expected […]

Every Woman Counts: Gender Budgeting in G7 Countries

2019-03-25T16:07:34-04:00May 13, 2017|

By Christine Lagarde

May 13, 2017

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Finance ministers and central bank governors from the G7 countries met in Bari, Italy, this weekend to consider global economic issues, including steps to maintain economic stability and improving gender equality as important agenda items.

Women’s economic empowerment has long been an international priority, of course. The G6—as it was then—was first created in 1975, a year named “International Women’s Year” by the United Nations to help […]

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