Role of gender in CARICOM and CARIFORUM regional trade agreements
|Author||Lebrechtta N.O. Hesse Bayne - Robin N. Haarr, ed.|
As governments and civil society work to build an inclusive and resilient recovery in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, continued access to timely data on existing opportunities and vulnerabilities of women and other marginalised groups is required. This serves as a resource so that more informed decisions can be made when negotiating trade agreements and planning for the recovery from the impacts of COVID-19 to ensure that they are more gender-responsive.