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Australia commits $3 million for UNCTAD’s work on e-commerce and the digital economy
8 Dec 2023
The funds will enhance the organization’s technical cooperation, capacity-building and multistakeholder coordination, especially in the Asia-Pacific region.
Women entrepreneurs take the spotlight at the World Investment Forum 2023
19 Oct 2023
UNCTAD’s 8th Women in Business Awards honoured successful entrepreneurs from developing countries who are driving positive change for people and the planet.
Training equips women in science and technology to lead sustainability push
18 Sep 2023
An UNCTAD-Thailand partnership empowers women researchers and entrepreneurs in developing countries to spearhead efforts towards greener, more inclusive economies.
UNCTAD counts the costs of achieving sustainable development goals
18 Sep 2023
New analysis fills data gaps, helping countries know how much they need to spend – and how best to allocate financial resources.
Improving statistics on gender and trade in developing countries
30 Aug 2023
UNCTAD has published new guidelines to collect data to help policymakers tackle gender inequalities in trade.
UNCTAD announces new advocates for women in e-commerce
7 Jul 2023
The two women entrepreneurs will add to UNCTAD’s efforts to raise visibility for women e-traders at the policy table and shape a more gender-inclusive digital space.
How to make small businesses in developing countries more competitive
27 Jun 2023
On Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Day marked on 27 June, UNCTAD renews calls for a level playing field to help tackle the challenges facing women and youth entrepreneurs in emerging markets.
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.
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.