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What women in developing countries need to thrive in e-commerce
24 May 2023
Experts examine the challenges to overcome to level the digital trade playing field for women in developing countries and boost gender equality.
UNCTAD to hold eWeek to shape digital future, calls for proposals
15 May 2023
The event will be held in Geneva from 4 to 8 December to explore the key trends, opportunities and challenges that will shape the future of the digital economy.
UNCTAD calls for balanced global approach to manage digital data
10 May 2023
Stronger international cooperation on data governance and capacity-building can help bridge data and digital divides.
Global forum spotlights actions to make trade more sustainable and inclusive
2 May 2023
The UN Trade Forum 2023 will highlight how developing countries can use trade to tackle global challenges including protecting the ocean, reducing digital and gender inequalities, and building more resilient economies.
UNCTAD and Thailand partner to strengthen women’s capacity to use technology
31 Mar 2023
The two organizations will train women researchers and entrepreneurs on how to harness the power of science, technology and innovation to drive more sustainable and inclusive growth.
Tackling gender divides can create more e-commerce success
17 Mar 2023
Experts at an UNCTAD event outline how to enable women to benefit more from the digital revolution and enhance their participation in trade.
Angola: Empowering women through honey
14 Mar 2023
An UNCTAD project is harnessing the power of bees to help women improve their livelihoods while creating sustainable opportunities in rural communities in the southern African nation.
How to unlock women’s potential in the digital economy
8 Mar 2023
By Shamika N. Sirimanne, Director of Technology and Logistics, UNCTAD and Ratnakar Adhikari, Executive Director, Enhanced Integrated Framework
UNCTAD calls for urgent global action to support the world’s 46 least developed countries
3 Mar 2023
The world’s most vulnerable economies need urgent global action as current crises threaten to reverse decades of development gains.