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Trade, Governance and Sustainable Development

  • Date: 24/06/2002, Two-day meeting (Registration closed)
  • Location: Brussels
  • Registration closes on : 19/06/2002 12:00

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  • Date: 24/06/2002, Two-day meeting (registration closed)
  • Location: Brussels
  • Registration closes on : 19/06/2002 12:00

Programme See below for conference documents. Further items will be posted as available. GROUP 1: IN A GLOBAL ECONOMY, CAN FOREIGNERS BE STAKEHOLDERS? Session 1 (afternoon of 24 June) To what extent is participation by third country governments, industry and civil society in the EU¿s deliberative processes legitimate or desirable? In what framework and with what means? Session 2 (first morning session of 25 June) Non-trade concerns in governance and sustainable development: how can EU policy respond adequately to domestic constituencies without being perceived as trying to impose EU values on third countries? Session 3 (second morning session of 25 June) The EU¿s role as a stakeholder for global governance in the global economy: enlightened leadership or ruthless pursuit of realpolitik? GROUP 2: PUBLIC AND PRIVATE INSTRUMENTS IN GOVERNANCE FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: SUPPLEMENTING HARD LAW Session 1 (afternoon of 24 June) What is the value-added of CSR and other new instruments as a new tool for global governance? Session 2 (first morning session of 25 June) How can CSR contribute to enhancing the development of host states, especially developing countries?

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