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How IISD's Economic Law and Policy Program is advancing sustainable and equitable development



This was an exciting year, filled with innovative work and productive dialogue that advanced our efforts to rethink the design of our economies for sustainable and inclusive development.

Below you’ll find a brief selection of accomplishments highlighting progress in 2018. None of this could have been done alone, so as we close out the year, we take a moment to thank all of partners and supporters for working with us.

Here’s to a fruitful 2019!
Cementing the ICJ's independence in investor-state arbitration and commercial arbitration.
Developing local content policies to ensure mining investment benefits sustainable development.
Rethinking Canada’s International Investment Agreements.
Empowering women in artisanal and small-scale mining.
Advancing sustainable development and agricultural investment in Burkina Faso.
Shining a spotlight on credit enhancement solutions for sustainable infrastructure.
Charting a global roadmap to end hunger by 2030.
Sharing pathways to transform agriculture in Africa and Asia.
Winning a global prize for our innovative investment treaty supporting the clean energy transition.
Convening officials from 70 countries to shape investment policy for sustainable development.
Delving into key investment law cases since 2010.
Sharing insights on standards and the extractive economy.
Curating a repository of news and views on financing sustainable infrastructure.
Bringing over 400 delegates and stakeholders together to discuss modern mining law and policy.
Advancing dialogue on voluntary sustainability initiatives in the mining sector
Demonstrating how sustainable infrastructure delivers better value-for-money.
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