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Extensive UNCTAD agenda at the UN General Assembly 2023
26 Sep 2023
In New York, UNCTAD chief Rebeca Grynspan joins world leaders in pushing for financing to keep the promise of sustainable development to everyone, everywhere.
UNCTAD chief meets with the President of Kenya
15 Aug 2023
President Ruto: "We strongly believe that UNCTAD is a strategic partner for Kenya."
UNCTAD reiterates commitment to Africa at continental summit
19 Feb 2023
The organization will continue to support the continent’s countries to cope with ongoing multiple and interrelated crises, and build resilience to future shocks.
More investment needed to get global goals back on track, says UNCTAD chief
19 Jan 2023
At Davos forum, Secretary-General Rebeca Grynspan calls for “true investments” to help a world in crisis keep the promise of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
The Netherlands commits $1.9 million support to the UN Global Crisis Response Group on Food, Energy and Finance
10 Nov 2022
The funds will be provided during a two-year period on behalf of the Minister of Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation of the Netherlands.
Political will, greater action needed to tackle cascading crises, leaders say
20 Oct 2022
The climate emergency, a global cost-of-living crisis, debt distress, widening inequalities and other overlapping crises call for political leadership and multilateral action.
Tackling food and energy crises: How trade and logistics can help
13 Oct 2022
By renewing the Black Sea Grain Initiative, ending trade restrictions, facilitating exports and managing demand, we can get food, fertilizers and energy to all.
Closing investment gap in global goals key to building better future
23 Sep 2022
UNCTAD chief Rebeca Grynspan highlights how to get more money into the Sustainable Development Goals, which face a $4 trillion annual investment gap in developing countries.
World needs maritime trade to brave rough seas of crises, UNCTAD chief says
22 Sep 2022
Secretary-General Rebeca Grynspan calls on the shipping industry to help get food and fertilizers from the Black Sea to global markets.