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A Civil Society Response to the Report of the UN High-Level Panel on System-Wide Coherence (April 2007)

Rethinking Bretton Woods | Tue, Apr 24, 2007

A Civil Society Response to the Report of the UN High-Level Panel on System-Wide Coherence (April 2007)

In this position paper the Center of Concern, International Trade Union Confederation, UBUNTU Forum Secretariat and World Federalist Movement assess the report released by the High Level Panel on System-Wide Coherence on late 2006.

Capacity of International Financial Institutions to Support Trade in Low-income Countries (September 2004)

Rethinking Bretton Woods | Wed, Sep 1, 2004

Capacity of International Financial Institutions to Support Trade in Low-income Countries (September 2004)

This briefing paper , a background paper for the Commonwealth Ministerial Meeting 2004, gives an in-depth discussion of civil society perspectives on the issues involved in the expanding role of international financial institutions in trade- and investment-related activities.
Coherence Between Trade and Financial Policies: Summary of Issues and Agenda (September 2002)

Rethinking Bretton Woods | Thu, Oct 10, 2002

Coherence Between Trade and Financial Policies: Summary of Issues and Agenda (September 2002)

This paper,prepared as a background for a briefing and strategy session on Coherence between trade and finance carried out at the Center of Concern in Washington, DC on September 28, 2002, outlines a number of research and advocacy issues that civil society orgazations dealing with trade and finance should start addressing.