Special and Differential Treatment: The Legitimacy of a Cultural Dialectic
This article addresses questions such as: How will international law reflect cultural pluralism? Should the law provide for Special and Differential Treatment of cultural rights?
||International Economic Law, Trade, Development, Culture, Cultural Sustainability
The International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 2, Issue 5, pp.119-136.
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Teresa Thorp consults in international development and trade. She has a 20-year background in telecommunication services, of which 10 years has been spent at an executive level in global markets. Teresa’s current work focuses on Special and Differential Treatment and trade justice for developing countries, notably for the African, Caribbean, and Pacific Group; services trade and WTO Accession. She holds tertiary qualifications in telecommunications (NZCE), commerce and management (BCM), economics (PGDipCom), law (LLB. Hons), international business (Global Executive MBA, Duke), and international trade law and development (DEA, Université René Descartes, Paris V).
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