This update provides a snapshot of the publications and social media activities of the South Centre during the month of November 2018.
Title: #Leave No Woman Behind – Furthering gender equality in the digital economy
Date: 4 October 2018
Venue: The World Trade Organization, Geneva
Organizer: Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era Network (DAWN), Federación Argentina de Empleados de Comercio y Servicios (FAECYS)
Gender and Finance: Coming Out of the Margins
The two-way inter-linkages between gender equality and women’s empowerment and climate change are now well established: climate change impacts and how they are managed, including financing and capacity building support, can help to foster or hinder gender equality and women’s empowerment goals (women’s and men’s lives, livelihoods and well-being) and enhancing gender equality and women’s empowerment goals and processes can help in the successful achievement of climate goals and policies, at national, regional and global levels. (more…)
Title of Book: Investment Treaties: Views and Experiences from Developing Countries
Title of Event: REFORM OF THE INVESTMENT PROTECTION REGIME
VIEWS AND EXPERIENCES FROM DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Date: Wednesday, 18 May 2016, 13:30-15:00
Venue: Library Events Room (B-135), Palais des Nations, Geneva
Organizer: South Centre and UNOG Library
Integrating a Gender Perspective in Climate Change, Development Policy and the UNFCCC
This policy brief discusses the opportunities, challenges and constraints for integrating a gender perspective into global climate change policy as well as the current effort of gender mainstreaming in the UNFCCC. The brief is a companion piece to a previous note that explored the nature, content and implications of the Gender Decision made at COP 18, Doha, 2012. (more…)
One United Nations: placing development front and centre.
This South Centre Analytical Note discusses the key recommendations of the Report on the UN Panel on System-Wide Coherence (UN Doc. No. A/61/583, 20 November 2006). It points out some key issues that will need to be considered by the UN management and UN Member States in their discussions and deliberations on the way forward for the implementation of the report’s recommendations. (more…)
Considering gender and the WTO services negotiations.
The objective of this paper is to raise awareness amongst trade negotiators from developing and least developed countries of the inter-relationship between gender and trade in services issues. The context is the negotiations within the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) under the auspices of the World Trade Organization (WTO). (more…)