Multilateralism in a Fragmented World

Delivering sustainable economic growth
Apr 06, 2023 | Progressive International

To realize a new international economic order fit for the 21st century requires human societies to regain some of the rights that have been lost over the past 50 years, and to reinvent what is needed for a just, equitable, sustained, viable international economy argues Jayati Ghosh in her address for Progressive International at the launch event of the New International Economic Order. The Indian economist emphasizes the need to introduce regulations that place human rights, environment, planet, nature, above the rights of corporations and those of the extremely wealthy. This requires a new international architecture that is in harmony with nature and the planet. />

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