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Call for Event Submissions : Geneva Trade Week – 28 September – 2 October 2020

Call for Event Submissions : Geneva Trade Week – 28 September – 2 October 2020
There has never been a more important time to revitalize the global conversation about trade, trade policy and the international trading system. To fill the void left by the cancelation of the 2020 WTO Public Forum, the Geneva Trade Platform (GTP) is organizing a week of primarily digital events, discussion, and debates that we are calling “Geneva Trade Week (GTW)”.

The Geneva Trade Platform, hosted by the CTEI, will be launched this summer. The GTP was created in part to help connect diverse trade constituencies, break down silos and shine a spotlight on the policy implications of new research, project and ideas.

To that end we want to ensure Geneva Trade Week provides ample space over and above the various session to showcase interesting work, voices and ideas.

This concept note lays out our vision for Geneva Trade Week.

We are open to any and all suggestions, thoughts and collaboration opportunities but specially seeking: By July 15thProposals for formal Geneva Trade Week sessions across our four streams. At any time: Suggestions for ideas for new formats, event types, and collaborations to make Geneva Trade Week more inclusive dynamic, and relevant.
The GTP looks forward to receiving your session submissions and hearing your ideas.
You can also find all the information on our website.
Call for Event Submissions : Geneva Trade Week – 28 September – 2 October 2020
There has never been a more important time to revitalize the global conversation about trade, trade policy and the international trading system. To fill the void left by the cancelation of the 2020 WTO Public Forum, the Geneva Trade Platform (GTP) is organizing a week of primarily digital events, discussion, and debates that we are calling “Geneva Trade Week (GTW)”.

The Geneva Trade Platform, hosted by the CTEI, will be launched this summer. The GTP was created in part to help connect diverse trade constituencies, break down silos and shine a spotlight on the policy implications of new research, project and ideas.

To that end we want to ensure Geneva Trade Week provides ample space over and above the various session to showcase interesting work, voices and ideas.

This concept note lays out our vision for Geneva Trade Week.

We are open to any and all suggestions, thoughts and collaboration opportunities but specially seeking: By July 15thProposals for formal Geneva Trade Week sessions across our four streams. At any time: Suggestions for ideas for new formats, event types, and collaborations to make Geneva Trade Week more inclusive dynamic, and relevant.
The GTP looks forward to receiving your session submissions and hearing your ideas.
You can also find all the information on our website.
Call for Event Submissions : Geneva Trade Week – 28 September – 2 October 2020
There has never been a more important time to revitalize the global conversation about trade, trade policy and the international trading system. To fill the void left by the cancelation of the 2020 WTO Public Forum, the Geneva Trade Platform (GTP) is organizing a week of primarily digital events, discussion, and debates that we are calling “Geneva Trade Week (GTW)”.

The Geneva Trade Platform, hosted by the CTEI, will be launched this summer. The GTP was created in part to help connect diverse trade constituencies, break down silos and shine a spotlight on the policy implications of new research, project and ideas.

To that end we want to ensure Geneva Trade Week provides ample space over and above the various session to showcase interesting work, voices and ideas.

This concept note lays out our vision for Geneva Trade Week.

We are open to any and all suggestions, thoughts and collaboration opportunities but specially seeking: By July 15thProposals for formal Geneva Trade Week sessions across our four streams. At any time: Suggestions for ideas for new formats, event types, and collaborations to make Geneva Trade Week more inclusive dynamic, and relevant.
The GTP looks forward to receiving your session submissions and hearing your ideas.
You can also find all the information on our website.