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Dear <<First Name>>,

we are currently looking for a new IMMR coordinator and share some interesting new articles in this newsletter.
Tomorrow, the big conference on "The Future of Money – Central Bank Digital Currency and Beyond" will take place in Stockholm. Most of the talks will be filmed and once the documentation is out, we will let you know.
Also, next week, Rachel will share some success stories from our various member organizations!

IMMR is hiring a new coordinator

To support our united efforts in changing the monetary system, we are hiring an international coordinator for a part-time position.

  • Location & working time: Very flexible. You would work remotely and mostly online and connect via web conferences and online communication tools. You are mostly free to structure your working hours, 10-15h/week.
  • Remuneration: 600€ per month, (this money is raised collectively by our national member organizations. However, as our movement and income grows, there is potential to upgrade your remuneration.)
  • Application deadline: June 30th
  • Start date: As soon as possible

Main Tasks & Key Accountabilities

The IMMR coordinator is in charge of keeping an overview of all activities and making sure that the IMMR is smoothly running by coordinating all activities. New opportunities and tasks will arise in relation to changing circumstances.  As the IMMR grows, this role develops.

  • Coordinating and managing the IMMR blog, newsletter, website and internal discourse forum
  • Work closely with the IMMR core group (=managing board), support new projects, follow their tasks and attend monthly core group meetings
  • Connecting and supporting the various national member organizations and their coordinators by maintaining contact with them, offering advice or when required help them deal with problems within their group, such as motivation, retention, communication
  • Helping to organize the annual IMMR meeting or conferences
  • Fundraising
  • Networking with other NGOs and potentially working on joint events
You can find the full job ad here.

New research on monetary policy and inequality

The Netherlands Central Bank has just published an interesting new paper, titled "Monetary policy and the top one percent: Evidence from a century of modern economic history".
They conclude: "The obtained results indicate that expansionary monetary policy strongly increases the share of national income held by the top one percent. Our findings also suggest that this effect is arguably driven by higher asset prices, and holds irrespective of the state of the economy."
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