Alyson Brody - Senior Convenor Gender and Human Development
Senior Gender Convenor and BRIDGE manager at IDS. She is a social anthropologist by training. Her specialist area is gender and migration, with a focus on South East Asia - particularly Thailand.
Alyson has worked in the non-governmental sector in Thailand, focusing on women's and children's rights issues in the Mekong region. Other roles include Programme and Communications Coordinator for Imp-Act, a research programme with the aim of improving the impacts of microfinance in developing countries.
Achieving Gender Equality Through a Post-2015 Framework
This policy briefing is part of the special MDG series and examines how a post-2105 framework can help to promote women and girls’ empowerment and achieve gender equality. More details
Money with a Mission 2: Managing the Social Performance of Microfinance
This book reflects the implications of a social performance management agenda for the perspective of twelve partners from Asia, Africa, Latin America and Europe, who participated in a five-year microfinance action-research programme known as Imp-Act. It features contributions from MFI staff who worked with Imp-Act directly, as well as from members of Imp-Act's academic team, who worked closely with the partners. More details
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