Deconstructing the International Financial Architecture (& what it means for gender justice)
This session examined key pillars of the international financial architecture, fiscal and monetary policy, financial markets, public debt, and the role of actors ranging from Wall Street, to central banks, and others. It focused on the ideology and principles shaping the current system and how it could be re-structured. A power point presentation shared by Bhumika Muchhala of the issues raised in the economic toolbox session “Deconstructing the International Financial Architecture (& what it means for gender justice)” at the 2012 AWID Forum is included below.
Speakers: Bhumika Muchhala (Third World Network)
Download Bhumika’s Power Point presentation on Deconstructing the International Financial Architecture
Bhumika Muchhala explains the concept of financial flows, the different forms it can take, and why should women care about them. Part of a series of short interviews produced by AWID in the lead up to the 12th AWID International Forum.