UNCTAD (@UNCTAD )

UNCTAD

Bio Official account of the @UN’s trade and development body. We work to ensure everyone benefits from the global economy. #ProsperityForAll
Location Geneva, Switzerland
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Account created 24-11-2009 12:44:18
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Twitter Web App : 📕 takeaways 📕

The pandemic has created an opportunity to rethink the core principles of international economic governance, and they need revision.

hit countries in the South much harder than during the global financial crisis: bit.ly/3CexHoa

Twitter Web App : 𝗛𝗮𝗽𝗽𝗲𝗻𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝘁𝗼𝗺𝗼𝗿𝗿𝗼𝘄.

Don't miss the pre-event on how transformations in global value chains will impact developing countries.

Register now: bit.ly/3lp0389

Twitter Web App : : It's the final day of our incredible Youth Forum, where youth are working to .

Join us for these amazing sessions:
✅ Blue economy
✅ Rising expectations and mental well-being.
✅ Storytelling and more.

Login directly: bit.ly/3kkV8Gh

Twitter Web App : From televisions and toys to clothes, cars and packaging, plastics are everywhere and they're clogging our ocean and seas.

A new UNCTAD report examines how to harness the potential of plastics substitutes, such as jute, abaca, coir, kenaf and sisal bit.ly/2XkaaCZ

Twitter Web App : Join us next week as we explore how to unlock the potential of ocean-based sectors.

The strategy? An integrated & UNCLOS-compliant ocean governance framework for sustainable economic recovery, diversification of livelihoods & climate resilience. Register: bit.ly/3BfVq6F

Twitter Web App : 👏Opening the Youth Forum yesterday, Barbados 🇧🇧 Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley had a bold message for young people: define your own future.

She called on them to pick up the baton and build a new world.

Join us as the forum continues today: bit.ly/3kkV8Gh

Twitter Web App : The Youth Forum continues today. Don't miss the incredible sessions and inspirational stories as well as skills-building sessions on the future of work and negotiating.

Join the virtual conference centre here: bit.ly/3kkV8Gh

Program: unctad15.org/youth-forum

Twitter Web App : From the coffee in our cups to the copper in our phones to the fuel in our cars, we depend on commodities to stay connected and keep moving.

This week, the Global Commodities Forum tackled the many facets of commodity dependence. bit.ly/3tJ9hjs