People-Centered Trade

Theo Sitther reflects on the U.S. trade policy for Third Way Cafe:

According to the Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance, bringing justice in the trade system is defined as follows: “Trade justice is people-centered, respects human rights, and guarantees food security, livelihoods and sustainable development for the whole of society. It recognizes the right of all people to have a say regarding their own future, and all governments to determine their own economic and trade policies.”

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