The online consultation is a continuous process and stakeholders may request a face to face meeting with the LSE team at any time. In addition, stakeholders were invited to express their views through civil society dialogues, roundtables in Brussels, a full day workshop in Mexico City, and detailed surveys found below.
Online Consultation Surveys
Civil Society Dialogues
Draft Inception Report Civil Society Dialogue, 18 December 2017:
Draft Interim Report Civil Society Dialogue,
13 March 2018:
Draft Interim Report Civil Society Dialogue
Draft Final Report Civil Society Dialogue, 5 July 2019:
In order to adequately understand possible impacts of the modernization of the trade pillar, the LSE team and European Commission hosted a set of roundtables organized to channel inputs from key stakeholders to the negotiating parties.
November 23 - 30, 2017
Roundtable 1: Focus on Manufacturing & Industrial Goods
Roundtable 2: Focus on Business and Professional Services
Roundtable 3: Focus on Agricultural Goods
Roundtable 4: Focus on Social, Environmental, & Human Rights Issues
Please find below, roundtable presentations and detailed summaries of the discussions undertaken:
Partner Country Workshop
In order to adequately understand possible impacts of the modernization of the Global Agreement, the LSE team and European Commission hosted a full day workshop in Mexico City, Mexico organized to channel inputs from key stakeholders to the negotiating parties. In order to ensure accessibility and participation, travel and accommodation was funded for 50 organizations.
Date: 27 February 2018
Time: 9am - 5pm (TBC)
Location: Mexico City, Mexico
Gracias a todos que participaron. Por favor encuentre la presentación del equipo durante el evento: