All-Party Parliamentary Group on Trade Out of Poverty (APPG-TOP)
raises awareness of how trade can be a route out of poverty
and researches ways of enabling poor countries to achieve inclusive growth through trade.

Good for business and poor people? The role of the private sector in tackling under-nutrition” – Second Seminar in “Driving private sector for public good” series with IDS and APPG Debt, Aid & Trade

November 10th, 2014|

Last week TOP co-hosted the second in a series of meetings on business and development alongside the Institute of Development Studies and the APPG on [...]

TOP’s 10 Policy Priorities for the EU Trade Commissioner

September 29th, 2014|

As the proposed new EU Trade Commissioner, Cecilia Malmström answers questions from the International Trade Committee today, Trade Out of Poverty have published 10 policy priorities [...]

“Women in Trade – International Trade Centre 50th Anniversary Seminar” – TOP event with Saana Institute and ITC

September 12th, 2014|

Yesterday TOP hosted a seminar in conjunction with the Saana Institute as part of the celebrations to mark the 50th Anniversary of the International Trade [...]

Strengthening health markets for universal coverage – First Seminar in “Driving private sector for public good” series with IDS and APPG Debt, Aid & Trade

July 18th, 2014|

This week TOP co-hosted the first in a series of meetings on business and development alongside the Institute of Development Studies and the APPG on [...]

“Trade, Supply Chains and Transparency” – TOP event with Fairtrade Foundation and Ethical Trade Initiative

June 26th, 2014|

TOP hosted an afternoon tea and panel discussion in parliament yesterday along with the Fairtrade Foundation and the Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI). We were joined [...]

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