Trade and Gender
To understand the impact of trade liberalisation on human development and its differing impact on women and men, we need to understand the different roles played by women and men in economic activities. Human development requires equitable sustainable economic growth, and women’s and men’s human rights need to be put at the forefront.
EPAs: Trade efficiency or development for all?
Roundtable on EPA and Gender analysis of trade liberalisation and its impact, Crown Plaza Hotel, 24 March 2009, co-organised by APRODEV, One World Action and Commonwealth Secretariat
Think Small First:
EU Trade Policies - the blueprint
Submission and presentation to the UNCTAD India International Seminar on Moving Towards Gender Sensitisation of Trade Policy, New Delhi, 25-27 February 2008
Equity in Trade negotiations : A gender review of the EPAs
in: Trade Negotiation Insights March - April 2007 (Volume 6 Number 2)
EPA Gender Review
Roundtable on EPA and Gender, Brussels, December 2006
Gender equity objectives in EPA negotiations - a pro-development benchmarking approach
Presentation at the CSGR Warwick Seminar
Gender Dimension of Economic Partnership Agreements
Regional workshop on EPAs and Gender, Dakar, October 2003, jointly organised by Aprodev and Aid Transparency. The report looks at reciprocity, market access, fiscal revenues, development issues in EPA negotiations with a focus on the regional negotiations in ECOWAS and partly SADC.
La dimension genre dans les Accords de Partenariat Economique (FRENCH version)
Gender and Trade - EAA Briefing paper
Briefing Paper for the Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance
Gender Budgeting: Links between gender, aid and trade
Paper by APRODEV and ERO, February 2002, Brussels
EPAs- What's in it for Women?
A impact assessment of EU trade negotiations with Zimbabwe