Brandt Report


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Brandt Report

A 1980 report recommending more transfer of resources between developed and developing countries. It criticized developed countries' export of finished goods while developing nations export primarily intermediate goods and raw material. The report claimed that this perpetuated the division between the two parts of the world. The report divided the world into the developed global north (which included the Northern Hemisphere plus Australia and New Zealand), and an impoverished global south (including most of the Southern Hemisphere).
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(126.) See, e.g., Diane Elson, The Brandt Report: A Programme for Survival, 6 CAP.
For historical reasons these children should be made aware that Fairtrade principles could have been introduced decades ago via the Brandt Report.
The PM wants its findings to influence world opinion as much as the 1980 Brandt Report on the north-south divide in wealth.
The PM wants its findings to be as influential on world opinion as the 1980 Brandt Report on the north-south divide in wealth.
Putting to one side the millions of pages produced every year by the development establishment, what, exactly, is in the Brandt Report, the G8 Action Plan, the Millennium Development Goals, that Mr Blair does not like?
In Haiti, Philippine Honorary Consul Fitzgerald Brandt reported no casualties among the close to 300 Filipinos there.
Brandt reported results for 44 severely obese adolescents participating in an ongoing surgery study.
Based on 15,000 contactless payment terminals in 181 stores, Brandt reported a monthly sales lift of 44% for customers paying with contactless cards.
NEW ORLEANS -- Video and arcade games that require physical activity can increase heart and metabolic rates enough to elicit a training response, Andrea Brandt reported at the annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine.
The infusion seemed to restore the proper bacterial balance, and Ogden's symptoms disappeared immediately, Brandt reported in November 2000.