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Invitation to Webinar Series


Caribbean-African Trade Webinar Series
 Webinar 3: Trade Regimes: Goods, Services & Intellectual Property

Dear Friend of the SRC,

Join us on Friday, July 9th for the third webinar entitled "Trade Regimes: Goods, Services & Intellectual Property" in the "Caribbean-African Trade Webinar Series" we are co-hosting with Tralac, Trapca and AfronomicsLaw.

We are pleased to have as our distinguished speakers Gladys Young (Caricom) and Tsotetsi Makong (Trapca). The webinar will be faciliated by our very own SRC Deputy Director, Dr. Jan Yves Remy and Ms. Khololefo Kugler of Trade Policy Exchange. 

To register for this webinar and others in the series, please click here:

 https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Hea1Q608Qk-YPukG5lHCqQ

Please see flyer below for further details on this upcoming webinar:

If you have missed webinar 2. Watch the video by clicking here.

From
The SRC Team 
 


Latin American Journal of Trade Policy

 
WTO Chair Program Gender and Trade Thematic Issue

Call For Papers!!!!

The Latin American Journal of Trade Policy is an official publication of the Institute of International Studies of the University of Chile. Following an open access policy, the full version of the journal, and individual papers, is available on line free of charge.

For more information click here.


From
The SRC Team 

Invitation to the Inaugural Distinguish
Owen S Arthur Memorial Lecture


Re-Designing Economic Growth Strategies


Coming up soon July 19th is our Inaugural Distinguished Owen S Arthur Memorial Lecture!

See Flyer below!



From
The SRC Team 

SRC Policy Brief 


Food for Thought Policy Brief Series:
An Overview of Food Security and Trade Across CARICOM

 

Recognizing that food security is fundamental to human existence and sustainable development, the Shridath Ramphal Centre for International Trade Law, Policy & Services (SRC) of the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus has launched a Food Security Policy Brief Series entitled Food For Thought. This series explores the trade-related aspects of food security and how trade can meaningfully contribute to Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 2: Zero Hunger across the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). Throughout the series various trade-related food security topics will be addressed.

This series aims to sensitize readers to CARICOM's food security challenges and to propose practical recommendations capable of improving the situation, bearing in mind the overarching United Nation Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It is hoped that this series sparks innovative thinking, impactful dialogue, and targeted action capable of transforming the way food security is approached and ensuring that no one is left behind.

In Part 1, we provide an introductory overview of food security and its strategic importance, the state of food security across CAICOM, the interplay between trade and food security and the policy approaches towards food security in the Caribbean. We hope that you enjoy this new SRC policy brief series and we encourage you to regularly check the SRC's website at www.shridathramphalcentre.com  for updates and new releases. 


 



From
The SRC Team 
 

SCHOLARSHIPS NOW AVAILABLE

Dear Friend of the SRC,

The SRC is pleased to announce that we are now offering Scholarships for our Masters in International Trade Policy Programme (MITP). For more information please contact Desiree Evelyn at Tel: (246) 417-4805 or Email: desiree.evelyn@cavehill.uwi.edu.
 


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