Global Civil Society Mechanisms for Creating Fairer Trade

Dec 7, 2006

Michael Conroy argues that while the multilateral trade regime is not designed for fair, moral, or sustainable trade, global civil society has created mechanisms that are moving trade toward fairer, more sustainable bases. He describes those efforts in the realms of forestry, fisheries, and mining.

Michael Conroy argues that while the multilateral trade regime is not designed for fair, moral, or sustainable trade, global civil society has created mechanisms that are moving trade toward fairer, more sustainable bases. He describes those efforts in the realms of forestry, fisheries, and mining.

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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