World Bank Recognizes Need for Gender Equality in International Trade

Jul 15, 2005
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On June 2, the World Bank with the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) convened a meeting on Millennium Development Goals (“MDGs”) entitled “Equitable Development and the MDGs: Addressing Equity Challenges in the Trade and Labor Agenda.”

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