Free Trade Area of the Americas: Participation, Accountability and Transparency

Global Women's Project | Thu, Mar 1, 2001

By Alexandra Spieldoch
"In order to achieve a shared and just vision for trade in the Western Hemisphere, FTAA governments must work with civil society to identify the issues that are at stake as well as the structures and procedures for communication and policymaking that should be in place. In addition, civil society groups must continue to strengthen their voice through social movement building, so that governments are held accountable for their actions. If all of these occur, it just may be possible to ensure that social development is at the core of trade and investment policymaking."
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