At the time of the WB-IMF annual assemblies held from 12 to 18 October 2020, the G20 Finance Ministers met on Wednesday 14 October to decide on new debt relief measures for the countries of the South. The G20 proved …Read More »
Institute for Social & Economic Justice (ISEJ) is not-for-profit, non-governmental organization, registered under Societies Act 1860. It is made up of activists and ordinary folk who stand up against injustice. We undertake robust research on socio-economic issues and co-ordinate hard-hitting campaigns that challenge the powerful and seek to bring about social and economic justice for the poor of Pakistan. Our main areas of work include; privatization, public debt, tax and economic justice. We put pressure on decision-makers, organize public opposition to anti-people policies, and produce action researches, to present alternatives to corporate-led globalization and IFIs-led financial structures.