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This Discussion Paper argues that women and men face different risks and vulnerabilities, some specific to their gender and others exacerbated by gender inequalities and discrimination. Building on the analysis in Naila Kabeer’s book, ‘Mainstreaming...
Women and men experience cities in different ways and this must be addressed when planning urban development. This Discussion Paper presents an initial exploration of issues of gender and urban planning. It looks at how awareness of the gender...
The debate at the TRIPS Council on whether or not the kind of protection provided to Geographical Indications (GIs) used on wines and spirits should be extended GIs used on other products has found itself bogged down in cyclical repetition of...
This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics provides some perspectives on how the current global economic environment, including the possible impact of Brexit, bears upon the effectiveness of trade in achieving the SDGs, and what can be done to...
This paper provides a rapid assessment of several major emerging trends in international trade with the objective of better appreciating their implications for the world's poorest, smallest and most vulnerable economies, such as least developed...
This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics highlights the features of Global Value Chains related to value-added production and trade, and points out the nature of development assistance programmes that would be most useful for capacity-constrained...
The withdrawal of international support measures raises sustainability concerns among countries graduating from the category of least developed countries (LDCs). Despite care taken to ensure a smooth transition, these concerns are rife, especially...
Since 1971, the United Nations has recognised the least developed countries (LDCs) as a group of economies with inherent characteristics that create particular economic vulnerabilities and disadvantages. In the case of the Pacific region, although...
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