Reshaping Trade through Women's Economic Empowerment


At the December 2017 World Trade Organization (WTO) Ministerial Conference in Buenos Aires, 121 WTO members joined forces to sign the Declaration on Trade and Women's Economic Empowerment. Signatories agreed to work together to develop best practices on how to apply gender-based analysis to domestic economic policy and international trade policy to encourage female entrepreneurship and financial inclusion, remove barriers to women's participation in trade, and develop useful gender statistics and research. In this series of commentaries, experts in trade, development and women's rights explore opportunities and challenges in realizing the declaration's goal of economic empowerment of women through inclusion in domestic and international trade.

Read more than 20 blogs by international trade experts on women's economic empowerment: