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UN Conference on Trade and Development promotes the development-friendly integration of developing countries into the world economy.
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Women's potential in is still too often held back by the many constraints they face.
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We moved the needle from 1/3 to 1/2 of stock exchanges now guiding issuers on ESG disclosure - lets keep moving!
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Andreas Stein of EURODUNA shows key actors in sustainable Fisheries and Aquaculture.
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SSE Initiative 5h
Congratulations to the 17 exchanges that have now fulfilled their commitment to provide guidance on ESG disclosure!
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Karin Rassool explains the Blue Economy Vision of Seychelles.
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. put forward clear recommendations for the Oceans conference in June 2017.
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Mark your calendars for IGF's 13th Annual General Meeting on October 16-20, 2017. Why delegates are coming back:
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Mukhisa  Kituyi Mar 22
My message to event in : gender-sensitive policies, incl. for can be an engine for women's empowerment
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UNCTAD Mar 22
COMING UP: Geneva launch of the International Food Policy Research Institute’s 2017 Global Food Policy Report.
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UNCTAD Mar 22
DOWNLOAD: Presentation made at the Oceans Forum on Trade-related Aspects of Sustainable Development Goal 14.
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UNCTAD Mar 22
DOWNLOAD: Presentation made at the Briefing on the Fisheries Regulatory Framework at the Multilateral Level.
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UNCTAD Mar 22
"Special & Differential Treatment is essential for a balance solution especially for countries w/ no or low fishing capacity"
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UNCTAD Mar 22
poised to accelerate growth with new national strategy.
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UNCTAD Mar 22
Great piece by on UN , an ocean treaty that could bring oceans back from the brink
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UNCTAD Mar 22
FISH SUBSIDIES: - What to prohibit? - Which could be actionable? - Which exceptions for developing countries?
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United Nations Mar 22
The ocean economy is worth some $21 trillion! Wednesday is . info:
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ITC Mar 22
: launching Rwanda is not just about trade, but about empowering women across the country
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Mukhisa  Kituyi Mar 21
Our oceans are essential 4 income generation, connectivity, jobs & livelyhood in many developing countries & especially
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ITC Mar 22
: Launching Rwanda is not just about women: it's about men and women coming together to make better societies
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Arancha Gonzalez Mar 22
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