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Experts from 51 countries complete new course on agrotech, trade and gender
24 Dec 2020
Participants learned about the benefits and risks that women face when the agricultural sector becomes more commercialized and technology intensive
Online course on trade and gender keeps doors of learning open
23 Mar 2020
COVID-19 has not held back participants from 68 countries from gaining new skills on developing gender-responsive trade policies.
Tying trade and gender together in southern Africa
29 Oct 2018
Over 70 policymakers, academics and equality advocates from the Southern African Development Community (SADC) are taking a new UNCTAD course on trade and gender.
Learning helps put gender front and centre in trade
2 Aug 2018
A landmark UNCTAD online training course for East Africa has won plaudits from participants, who say it will help them etch gender concerns into trade policies.
Etching gender into trade policy in the COMESA region
3 Aug 2017
Putting gender issues at the heart of trade policy is vital if development is to be inclusive, and training decision makers is a key way to achieve that goal.
COMESA special edition of UNCTAD online course on trade and gender launched today!
29 May 2017
The eight week online course for 80 participants from 19 countries, including government officials, researchers, civil society representatives and staff members of the Common Market for East and Southern African (COMESA) Secretariat will begin on 29 May, with discussions focusing on the various links between trade and gender.
COMESA pilots special edition of UNCTAD online course on trade and gender - Call for applications
21 Apr 2017
In an effort to enhance knowledge about the links between trade and gender, UNCTAD's Trade, Gender and Development Programme has developed a special edition of its online course on Trade and Gender for member States of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA).
Third UNCTAD online course on trade and gender concludes successfully
9 Mar 2017
Eighty-nine researchers, government officials, UN staff and civil society representatives, including58 women and 31 men from 55 countries successfully completed the third edition of the UNCTAD online course on trade and gender, held from 9 January to 26 February 2017.
Open trade and its effects on women's job opportunities in Cameroon -- Q&A with Simone Kuete, Ministry of Trade of Cameroon
8 Mar 2017
How has liberalizing trade in Cameroon affected job opportunities and pay for women? On International Women's Day on 8 March, we sat down with Simone Nadège Assah Kuete, an officer with Cameroon's Ministry of Trade who has worked with UNCTAD's Virtual Institute, and its Trade, Gender and Development Programme, to find out.