Equitable Globalization Committee


The Equitable Globalization Member Committee brings together Pacific Council members with interest and expertise in examining the impacts of globalization on the developing world. Officially launched in March 2009, the Committee explores issues including sustainable economic growth, resource management, developing civil society, human rights and technological advancement in the developing world. The Committee seeks to expand the dialogue on globalization, examining its benefits and costs, in order to identify effective solutions to the challenges faced by developing nations.

The Committee's activities are member-driven: participants are able to shape the Committee's agenda around issues that most interest them. Committee initiatives range from teleconferences and intimate discussion sessions with experts in issues surrounding equitable globalization to conferences, issue-focused program series, and international trips.

If you are interested in participating in these activities or have a suggestion for a new series, please contact EGC Coordinator Olivia Russell at orussell@pacificcouncil.org.

To read more about the Equitable Globalization Committee's delegation to Guatemala investigating Violence Against Women, please visit our delegations page.


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