An Apple store in Bankok, Thailand. (Shutterstock)

Tearing Down a Tech Giant's Walled Garden

International Monetary Fund Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva speaks at the 2019 IMF Annual Meetings Curtain Raiser on October 8, 2019. (IMF Staff Photo/Stephen Jaffe)

Will the IMF Provide Stability in the Face of a "Synchronized Slowdown"?

Nicole (left) is one of few women working on docks in Port Victoria, Seychelles. She works for SOCOMEP, an enterprise that provides services for the Seychelles’ largest industry: tuna fishing. (UN Women/Ryan Brown)

Turning the Promise of the AfCFTA into Lasting Progress for Women in Africa

The United Nations headquarters in New York, on September 24, 2019.  (UN Women/Amanda Voisard)

Gender Chapters in Trade Agreements: Nice Rhetoric or Sound Policy?

Most of the women migrant workers in the Petaling Jaya neighbourhood are employed at one of several factories in the area producing electronic products. (UN Women/Staton Winter)

Closing the Digital Gender Divide through Trade Rules

Indigenous women of Guatemala’s Polochic valley sell produce. A recent UN program supported rural women in developing a range of skills, from sustainable agricultural practices to marketing. (UN Women/Ryan Brown)

A Whole Agreement Approach to Gender in Trade Agreements

A group of young women migrant workers make their way to a nearby factory facility where they work in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. (UN Women/Staton Winter)

Moving from Principles to Progress on Women's Economic Empowerment

Illustration by Abhilasha Dewan

Mainstreaming Gender in Trade Agreements

Our Lives on the Land by Christia Belcourt

Environmental Challenges on Indigenous Lands

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