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Scotland's International Policy Framework and Priorities for 2018
As an amendment to motion S5M-09887 in the name of Fiona Hyslop (Scotland's International Policy Framework and Priorities for 2018), after "society and people;" insert “commends the Principles for Just Trade Deals paper, which has been published by the Trade Justice Scotland Coalition; believes that international trade agreements are a key opportunity for Scotland to provide ethical leadership; further believes that such trade deals should support rather than undermine human rights, labour and environmental standards and that these trade agreements should be based on solidarity and facilitating the two-way sharing of knowledge and technologies with the Global South; calls on the UK Government to ensure that the devolved administrations have a formal role in the negotiation and democratic scrutiny of future agreements;”.

Current Status: Taken in the Chamber on 16/01/2018
 
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