The project will make an innovative step in terms of the scale of stakeholders’ involvement and co-creation of knowledge, by integrating contextual analysis and stakeholders’ opinions on how trade and sustainability objectives can work in harmony, and what are the major trade-offs. Through active and scientifically structured participation, stakeholders will contribute to numerous issues concerning the contribution of EU trade to sustainability objectives.
Katarzyna Zawalińska, Błażej Jendrzejewski,
Jan Hagemajer, Vitality Krupin, CASE.
A. Bailey, M. Banse, S. Davidova, V. Hoang, A. Kirtley, A. Le
Camille Vallier, University of Sussex.
After having defended a sustainable development approach to trade based on cooperation and dialogue for the past decade, the European Union (EU) announced in June...
Zoltan Kun Trade is a central factor in shaping not only global, but also regional and local development. Trade policies and agreements have a very...