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What does RWG stand for?

RWG stands for Religious Working Group

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She is chair of the Religious Working Group on the World Bank and IMF and was named one of Pax Christi USA's "Ambassadors of Peace.
Ten years ago, the ecumenical Religious Working Group on the World Bank and IMF, in its statement about the same policy prescriptions still being promoted by the World Bank and other international institutions, wrote: [I]t is morally unacceptable that people who struggle barely to survive are carrying the burden of these policies on the assumption that the benefits may eventually "trickle down.
In an effort to do so, the Religious Working Group on the World Bank and International Monetary Fund, a coalition of about 40 religious groups working for debt relief and greater democracy and transparency on the part of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, is sponsoring an ecumenical prayer service in Washington Sept.
Many Catholic sisters have joined other faith communities in the Washington-based Religious Working Group on the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.
The report was prepared by the Religious Working Group on the World Bank and International Monetary Fund, the Ecumenical Program on Central America and the Caribbean (EPICA), and Witness for Peace.
THE ECONOMIC WAY OF THE CROSS A Bilingual Edition By the Religious Working Group on the World Bank and IMF, with the Ecumenical Program on Central America and the Caribbean, and Witness for Peace.
Brauning said IMF staff has been engaged in a "fruitful dialogue" with the Religious Working Group on the World Bank and IMF, sponsor of the Economic Way of the Cross, and the concerns voiced by the group have had an impact on implementation of IMF policies.