TJM launches briefing series on trade justice

Posted on January 26, 2022
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The Trade Justice Movement has launched a series of briefing events for parliamentarians, journalists, academics, NGOs and activists.

The events explore our new trade landscape, including the impacts of trade policy on post-Covid recovery, climate and the environment, and key sectors such as food and farming and digital. We will also have a deep dive into upcoming trade deals with India and the Gulf states.

The events take place every second Thursday at 1pm, starting on 10th February 2022. We hope you will join us:

For upcoming events, you can find further details, including about the speakers, and registration at the links below.

For past events, the links will direct you to the recordings on our YouTube channel.

Session 1: UK trade policy post-Brexit, post-Covid (recording of session on 10 February 2022)

Session 2: An India-UK free trade agreement: farmers, medicines and tech (recording of session on 24 February 2022)

Session 3: Trade and human rights: Implications of the UK-Gulf negotiations (recording of session on 10 March 2022)

Session 4: Trade, energy, fossil fuels and the green recovery (recording of session on 24 March 2022)

Session 5: Trade, agriculture and climate change: standards and beyond (recording of session on 7 Apr 2022)

Session 6: Carbon Border Adjustments and climate waivers: are trade deals going green? (recording of session on 21 Apr 2022)

Session 7: COVID 19: Trade rules, vaccines and the pandemic response (recording of session on 5 May 2022)

Session 8: Trade after the pandemic: priorities for building back better (recording of session on 19 May 2022)


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