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Trade, Human Rights and an Alternative World Order: The role of civil society

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Jacqueline Pitanguy and Rosana Heringer, in a review of the last decade of civil society action on trade and economic liberalization, argue that a social and human rights agenda has to accompany the processes of economic integration. They suggest that the impact of September 11th shows more than ever that a human rights agenda should not be a consequence of trade agreements, but should precede and orient them.Development (2002) 45, 53–57. doi:10.1057/palgrave.development.1110350
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1CEPIA (Citizen Studies Research Information and Action). Brazil

Publication date: 2002-06-01

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