Can and Should Trade Be Used to Promote Human Rights, Fairness? Part 3

Dec 7, 2006

Christian Barry sketches a theoretical framework for what an account of fair trade would look like and suggests what progressive governments might do to ensure that human rights--as far as labor standards are concerned--are fulfilled worldwide.

Christian Barry sketches a theoretical framework for what an account of fair trade would look like and suggests what progressive governments might do to ensure that human rights--as far as labor standards are concerned--are fulfilled worldwide.

This talk is part of the 2006 Oxford-Uehiro-Carnegie Council Conference:
Free Trade, Fair Trade, and Sustainable Trade: The Case of Resource Extraction.

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