"Circular Migration: the way forward in global policy?" by Steven Vertovec (International Migration Institute. University of Oxford)
"Labor Rights Can Be Good Trade Policy. An Analysis of U.S. Trade with Less Industrialized Economies with Weak or Strong Labor Rights" by Christian E. Weller (Center for American Progress)
"THE LISBON SCORECARD IX: How to emerge from the
wreckage" by Simon Tilford and Philip Whyte (Center for European Reform)
"Opening Markets for Trade in Services: Countries and Sectors in Bilateral and WTO Negotiations" (WTO)
"Multilateralizing Regionalism: Challenges for the Global Trading System" (World Trade Organization)
"Annual Report 2008" (US Trade and Development Agency)
"Transitioning to a New U.S. International Economic Policy" by Richard Samans (Center for American Progress)
The GPF Coordinator, Yonnec Polet, participated in the conference “Decent Work and the MDG’s: Keeping the Promise”, organized by the Decent Work Decent Life Campaign, the Global Network and the ITUC.
The Global Progressive Forum has recently signed up the call to action of the International Civil Society to the G-20 Leaders Summit in Seoul
On the 7th of October, the Global Progressive Forum Geneva Group met in Washington to discuss a Global New Deal.
The Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists & Democrats in the European Parliament is holding a conference on the topic of trade policy and human rights.
The Secretary General of the Global Progressive Forum, Javier Moreno Sanchez, participated in a conference titled “Beyond free trade: alternatives for decent work”, organized by War on Want, UK, Weed, Germany and WIDE, Belgium in cooperation with several tr
Das ÖGB Europabüro, das Brüsseler Büro des Österreichischen Gewerkschaftsbundes, und AK Europa, das Brüsseler Büro der Bundesarbeitskammer Österreich, laden Sie herzlich zu einem Round Table ein:
The Secretary General of the Global Progressive Forum, Javier Moreno Sanchez, and the Secretary General of the Party of European Socialists, Philip Cordery, met Australian Labor Party Representatives John Hogg, President of the Senate, and Catryna Bilyk,