[DC-Trade] Proposal for Dynamic Coalition document on trade transparency
estelle at accessnow.org
Wed Aug 16 09:20:05 PDT 2017
Thanks a lot for the hard work on this, Jeremy!
I have left a couple of comments/suggestions in the document which is in
good shape I think.
On Fri, Aug 11, 2017 at 6:11 PM, Jeremy Malcolm <jmalcolm at eff.org> wrote:
> On 10/8/17 9:29 pm, parminder wrote:
> - Countries should make trade advisory bodies and implementation
> bodies more balanced by taking proactive steps to include more diverse
> stakeholders such as representatives of Internet users, consumer
> organizations, and experts in human rights and development.
> Could it be
> Countries should make trade advisory bodies and implementation bodies more
> balanced by taking proactive steps to include more diverse stakeholders
> such as representatives of Internet users, and organisations working in the
> areas of human rights, development, and consumer issues.
> BTW, not clear about what "implementation bodies" means above, but can
> live with it ...
> Implementation bodies can be taken out I think, it's ambiguous.
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