Clinic: Queens University and UOttawa, Spring 2019 Beneficiary: EAC Secretariat Introduction * Full Report and Appendices available here On behalf of the joint International Trade and Investment Law Practicum at the University of Ottawa and Queen’s University (“the Joint Clinic”), Simon Gollish, Andrew MacDonald, and Alina Smirnova (“the Team”) are grateful for the opportunity to work on a project for the benefit of the East African Community Secretariat (“the Beneficiary”).
How technology can facilitate user engagement with trade agreements Clinic: Queen's/UOttawa, Spring 2019 Beneficiary: TRALAC Executive Summary (The full report can be read here)* Trade agreements are often written in language that users cannot understand without guidance from trade experts. This language creates a knowledge-based trade barrier. The objective of this TradeLab project is to explore how technology can be used to make trade agreements more accessible so that thos
Clinic: Universidad de Los Andes, Spring 2019 Beneficiary: Velino Gourmet Description Read the full report here The economic globalization has facilitated commercial and economic integration, and has shortened geographic distances between countries. A couple of years ago, Colombian producers did not consider the possibility of exporting their products due to the large associated logistic costs and the complexity of reaching international markets. Today, exporting has become e