Human Rights and World Trade: Hunger in International Society

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Abbreviations

ACP

Africa, Caribbean and Pacific

ADB

Asian Development Bank

AGOA

African Growth and Opportunity Act

AoA

Agreement on Agriculture

BN

Basic Needs

CA

Committee on Agriculture

CAP

Common Agricultural Policy

CESCR

Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

CETIM

Centre Europe-Tiers Monde (Europe-Third World Centre)

CFS

Committee on World Food Security

CI

Consumers International

CSD

Commission on Sustainable Development

CTA

Technical Centre for Agriculture

DSB

Dispute Settlement Body

EBA

Everything But Arms

EC

European Commission

ECOSOC

Economic and Social Council

FAC

Food Aid Convention

FAO

Food and Agriculture Organisation

FIVIMS

Food Insecurity and Vulnerability Information and Mapping Systems

GATT

General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade

GDP

Gross Domestic Product

GMO

Genetically Modified Organism

GSP

Generalised System of Preferences

HCHR

High Commissioner for Human Rights

HIPC

Heavily Indebted Poor Countries

H-O

Heckscher-Ohlin

HR

Human Rights

IATP

Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy

ICTSD

International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development

IFAD

International Fund for Agricultural Development

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