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Law and Poverty IV: Moving Towards International Poverty Law?

Law and Poverty IV: Moving Towards International Poverty Law?

The aim of this workshop was to discuss economic, social and cultural rights advocacy in the context of: -The WTO, UNCTAD, OECD, IMF, and the World Bank -Regional free trade agreements such as NAFTA, Mercosur, Caricom, Andean Community, European Union, Asia/Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum, ASEAN, etc.

3 - 4 May 2001 / Oñati, Spain

The aim of this workshop was to discuss economic, social and cultural rights advocacy in the context of:
-The WTO, UNCTAD, OECD, IMF, and the World Bank
-Regional free trade agreements such as NAFTA, Mercosur, Caricom, Andean Community, European Union, Asia/Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum, ASEAN, etc.
-The activities of transnational corporations pursuant to international law and codes of conduct developed by the OECD and organizations such as Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International, among others.

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