Project Title

Strengthening Transparency and Participation in the Processes of Negotiation of Trade Agreements 

Project Year

2016   

Project Number

CTI 28 2016A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Completed Project   
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Project No.

CTI 28 2016A 

Project Title

Strengthening Transparency and Participation in the Processes of Negotiation of Trade Agreements 

Project Status

Completed Project 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Free Trade Area of the Asia-Pacific and Global Value Chains (FTAAP and GVCs) 

Project Year

2016 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

124,616 

Co-funding Amount

25,000 

Total Project Value

149,616 

Sponsoring Forum

Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI) 

Topics

Trade Facilitation 

Committee

Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Chile 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

China; Mexico; Papua New Guinea; Philippines; Chinese Taipei; Viet Nam 

Expected Start Date

01/12/2016 

Expected Completion Date

31/12/2017 

Project Proponent Name 1

Carolina Ibanez Kollmann 

Job Title 1

Advisor (in Matters of Stakeholders and Trade Agreements) 

Organization 1

DIRECON, Ministry of Foreign Affairs 

Postal Address 1

Teatinos 180, 12th floor, Santiago, Chile  

Telephone 1

56-2 228275270 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

cpibanez@direcon.gob.cl 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Carolina Ibanez Kollmann 

Project Summary

This project seeks to contribute to the realization of the objectives set out by the recent Leaders´ Manila Declaration, together with the 2nd REI Capacity Building Needs Initiative (CBNI) under the Beijing Roadmap for APEC’s Contribution to the Realization of the Free Trade Area of the Asia Pacific (FTAAP), to promote the strengthening of transparency and participation of stakeholders in trade negotiations, so as to facilitate the construction of a wide support base that enable agreements to achieve greater public approval and create greater benefits from regional economic integration.

We are witness to ongoing changes in international trade, reflected also in the coverage of trade agreements to include other relevant issues of public interest. This can generate a greater level of interest from stakeholders, and increase prospects of their involvement in the process. Their inclusion is now crucial for the configuration of enhanced trade agreements that respond to current and future economic and social challenges, ensuring that trade agreement reached are relevant to stakeholder. This project proposes to look into mechanisms and standards of transparency and participation in force among APEC economies. It is proposed that this is done through undertaking a survey to achieve a better understanding of these issues, as well as conducting a one-day workshop in Vietnam at the margins of CTI3 in 2017, gathering experts in the field of public governance, and a digital publication with recommendations.

Relevance

Currently, FTAs and RTAs within the region are evolving beyond traditional disciplines,including next generationissues that have begun to attract greater levels of public interest. In some instances, stakeholders haveheld critical or defensive stance on issues such as the environment, health, intellectual property, e-commerce, among others. One of the problemscontributing to this relates to challenges in obtaining information related to trade agreements being negotiated. The configuration of this new trade agreements have been characterized by what may perceived as strict confidentiality in its negotiation processes. 

However, this may be in contrast with the need to provide greater transparency and information to domestic stakeholders. Providing greater transparency is also essential in attaining wider support to these types of initiatives and to achieve greater efficiency to “new” commitments, ensuring that these are widely beneficial for parties. Moreover, the wide range of new issues being negotiated under trade agreements have shown the need for mechanisms that promote the participation of relevant stakeholders with specific knowledge and experience that can strengthen negotiating positions to achieve satisfactory agreements to the interests of each party involved.This is a cornerstone in achieving an expansion of the APEC agenda for the liberalization and facilitation of trade and investment, with sufficient legitimacy and effectiveness for its implementation. 

This project aims to address capacities and mechanisms that allow greater involvement of multiple stakeholders interested in the issues under negotiation. This is a challenge embedded within the “negotiation techniques” sector covered by the Action Plan Framework for the 2nd REI Capacity Building Needs Initiative (CBNI). The project aims to build capacity, human resources and institutional infrastructure, among other alternatives, which respond to this new context for trade negotiations (having as reference the recent developments in the negotiation of TPP, RCEP, TiSA, Pacific Alliance, to name a few). In this way, updating and improving negotiation techniques with its effect of achieving greater involvement of civil society, MSMEs, unions, and any public or private stakeholders, contributes to building a solid foundation to develop appropriate practices for the various economic and social realities that make up the APEC region, thereby ensuring the possibility of a more inclusive growth of these economies. 

This project corresponds to the rank 1 as it relates to trade facilitation and liberalization as well as the implementation of regional economic integrations with its component of effective engagement with stakeholders in the process of trade negotiations. Additionally, this project also falls under rank 2 as it contributes towards the promotion of macroeconomic policy coordination and information sharing.

Objectives

1)  To attaina better knowledge of the current standards of transparency and participation in the processes of negotiation among APEC economies, undertaking a survey that will be circulated among APEC offices and then systematized by Chilean staff (Project overseer and Department of APEC-Chile). This survey will help APEC economies to achieve a better understanding of current level of implementation on transparency and participation mechanisms or its lack, among them. The information gathered with this survey will be useful for regulators and public officials involved in this matters and also for research and academic work.

2) To run a workshop where participants will share experiences and proposals oriented togenerate recommendations for strengthening the transparency and the participation of stakeholders in the process of negotiating and implementing trade agreements in APEC economies.

3) To prepare a final document that systematize the outcomes of the survey and the workshop experiences and proposals, for the development of recommendations for strengthening the transparency and the participation of stakeholders in the process of negotiating and implementing trade agreements in APEC economies.

4) To circulate the final recommendations prepared during this project among APEC economies, specially developing economies currently involved in processes of trade negotiations.

5) To improve the capacity of public officials to respond to requests for information and participation in the ongoing negotiation process. In turn facilitating the reception and anticipated support for forthcoming trade agreements and; to improve the capacity of stakeholders to participate in the framework of the negotiation of trade agreements.

The one-day workshop will be oriented to deliver quality inputs from experts in these issues and the final recommendations gathered during the execution of this project will contribute to the design of a good practices framework within APEC fora.

Alignment

This project will help to advance the objectives set out in the Manila Declaration, in terms of achieving greater stakeholder engagement, thus providing robust foundations for achieving enhanced FTAs/RTAs with the region, as well as greater levels of legitimacy and effectiveness to enable greater dissemination of their benefits and use. Additionally, this initiative is in line with the 2014 Beijing roadmap and will contribute to the achievement of the FTAAP in terms of stakeholders engagement.

The project is also aligned with the Yokohoma Declaration, converging to the achievement of the objective of a strong, balanced and especially, more inclusive growth. Also, it is related with the goals set by the Good Regulatory Practices on Public Consultation adopted by the APEC economies in the 2014 Meeting of Ministers Responsible for Trade.

This project also conforms to the instructions of APEC Ministers on developing negotiating capacities. At the APEC Ministerial Meeting of 2014, APEC Ministers welcomed the progress achieved under the Action Plan Framework on Capacity Building Needs Initiatives (CBNI) and endorsed the Action Plan Framework of the 2nd CBNI. They instructed Senior Officials to take steps to ensure the effective implementation of the 2nd CBNI.

TILF/ASF Justification

This project will contribute to attain agreements widely beneficial for parties, specially developing economies, through the promotion of new commitments conducted to a greater involvement of stakeholders, what represents a crucial opportunity for inclusion of diverse interests, particularities and specific demands that affects priority matters for public policy making in developing economies. 

Also it will contribute to explore new capacities and mechanisms that allow greater involvement of multiple stakeholders interested in the issues under negotiation. The survey and the one-day workshop will contribute to improve negotiation techniques with its effect of achieving greater involvement of stakeholders, which represent a cornerstone for developing economies in its path to attain more effective and beneficial trade agreements.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: The project will have as products: 

a)  Survey: compilation and tabulation of information received through a survey sent to all APEC economies, to achieve a better understanding of current level of implementation on transparency and participation mechanisms or its lack, among them. The information gathered with this survey will be useful for regulators and public officials involved in this matters and also for research and academic work. 

b)  A one-day workshop, in Vietnam at the margins of CTI3 in 2017, gathering experts in the field of public governance. This workshop is the main product. In the occasion, experts will review the survey results, share experiences and present proposals and diagnosis, from different perspectives according to the specific field of each speaker. The selection of the speakers will have a strong focus on a balance of the relevant points of view, from government officials, academics, and representatives of private sector and civil society, among others. Likewise, the process of preparation of this workshop will consider a sufficient gender balance on speaker selection. 

c)  A digital publication with final recommendations gathered in the development of the survey and workshop.Also, this material will be circulated among participants of APEC economies to collect their observations and suggestions. The idea is to disseminate as much as possible this publication, among APEC and non-APEC economies, with a special focus in developing economies. 

Outcomes: It is expected that this project will enhance the discussion and generation of proposals for the implementation of standards and good practices for transparency and participation of stakeholders within trade negotiation processes.

The information obtained of the survey, the one-day workshop and the digital publication with its final recommendations, gathered from this project, will facilitate the construction of a conceptual and technical base to start an open process of debate among APEC and non-APEC economies. 

Particularly, this project will contribute: 

a)  To facilitate the development of a standard agreement among APEC members for the promotion of guidelines for strengthening transparency and participation in the processes of negotiation of trade agreements.

b)  To promote de implementation of new policies or policy changes among APEC economies in order to encourage transparency and participation processes in trade negotiations.

c)  To improve capacities of public officials in charge of trade negotiation processes.

d)  To improve capacities of stakeholders to participate in the framework of the negotiation of trade agreements.

e)  To promote the participation of stakeholders with specific knowledge and experience that can strengthen negotiating positions to achieve satisfactory agreements to the interests of each party involved.

f)  To develop more inclusive and widely beneficial trade agreements. 

Beneficiaries: Primarily, the project will benefit public officials, regulators and stakeholders. 

Public officials in charge of negotiation processes and officials in charge of matters of open governance will be able to learn experiences and access suitable tools and perspectives to face the challenges involved in the varied issues related to claims of transparency and participation in this field. The project is mainly oriented to public officials with expertise in processes of trade negotiation, with an emphasis on experience on recent or current processes of negotiation of multilateral and/or mega-regional agreements (mainly, negotiators at technical level). Also, the project contemplates an approach for policy makers with expertise in transparency and citizen participation in the decision making, among other areas of the open government fields. 

Multi-stakeholders, including civil society, MSMEs, unions, and any public or private stakeholderswill benefit with a better knowledge of the available tools to improve their capacities and networking to participate actively in the framework of the negotiation of trade agreements. It is expected to achieve the participation of stakeholders closely related to the recent processes of trade negotiation, with experience on multilateral and/or mega-regional agreements, such as: involvement on negotiation rounds, technical expertise in specific areas under negotiation processes, experience in monitoring progress of negotiations and dissemination of the information gathered from public officials. Examples of stakeholders with a suitable profile for the achievement of the objectives of this project: Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), Institute for Policy Innovation (IPI), Public Citizen, NGO Digital Rights, World Wildlife Found, Oceana, on the side of citizenship and academy; chambers of commerce, guilds as biotechnology industry associations, pharmaceutical Associations, food industry, on the side of private sector. 

The participants attending the workshop from APEC economies will benefit of the experiences and cognizance shared and possible networking between speakers and participants related to this matters. It is expected that the participants will represent the varied sectors with some interest in this field: perspectives and experiences from government, citizens and private sector, among other key actors. 

Finally, APEC and non-APEC economies will benefit from the publication with the final recommendations gathered during the course of this project. This publication will contribute to the work of regulators, research and academia.

Dissemination

It is intended to publish afinal recommendations guide in digital format, through the APEC website. Also, it is considered to achieve a greater level of dissemination of the results of this project through information share from supporting governments and NGOs u other organizations interested in the dissemination and development of this contents. 

The dissemination of this final recommendations guide will be coordinated with the APEC Secretariat Communications Department. 

Another way to disseminate the results shall be social media such as twitter, news releases in the websites or newspapers. 

The directly targeted audiences are public officials in charge of processes of trade negotiations, experts in the field of public governance, civil society, MSMEs, unions, and any public or private stakeholders involved or with interest in this fields. 

A brief summary of the project’s outcomes, specially the digital guide, will be presented during the first APEC meeting, following the workshop. 

In the same line, the main outcomes of the project will be informed to relevant international actors related to the subject (OGP; OCDE; Human Rights Watch; among others). 

It is not contemplate to sell outputs arising from this project. On the contrary, its core objective is to disseminate as much as possible the results, in order to attain interest, commentaries, or any kind of contribution from APEC economies for the development of a binding frame of good practices in short term.

Gender

This project will ensure active participation of women, as speakers and attendees. 

It is intended to send an open invitation for Vietnamese women involved in academic institutions, MSMEs or social organizations with interest in matters linked to this project. 

Moreover, the survey will include queries mainly oriented to developing economies in order to obtain information about their current context of policies/actions/measures related to trade policy and its relation with gender equality. 

This issue will also be exam in the workshop from the perspective of prior steps to the start of negotiation processes for its well informed conduction since the beginning, considering impact assessments, public consultation, among other tools. 

The inclusion of gender issues related to trade agreements in this stage represents an opportunity to highlight good practices in this matter as preliminary guidelines at the start of each negotiation process. 

In midterm, it is expected that this project will help to achieve a more active engagement of stakeholders involved in gender claims in the framework of the processes of trade negotiations.

Work Plan

Fourth quarter 2016: Design a survey to achieve a better understanding of current level of implementation on transparency and participation mechanisms or its lack, among all APEC economies. The survey will be designed by the work team and will be distributed to the co-sponsoring economies for comments. After that, the work team will refine the survey considering the comments received by the economies. 

Fourth quarter 2016: Identify and contact the relevant counterparts in each APEC economy in order to undertake the survey process identified within the project. 

First quarter of 2017: Distribution of the survey, compilation and tabulation of the information received through the survey. 

Second quarter 2017: Identify and contact the workshop speakers and participants. As well as the preparation of the workshop in terms of programing, preparation of material and circulating the respective invitations, among others. Invitations will be sent not only to eligible economies, but also to the other APEC economies. To achieve this objective, governmental authorities and embassies will be asked to support the dissemination of the importance of participating in this workshop. The importance of enhancing networking will also be highlighted. 

Second quarter 2017: Design the workshop and prepare the workshop. The structure of the workshop will be developed considering the list of speakers and participants obtained in the prior activity. Contributions of the co-sponsoring and participating economies will be taken into account. In parallel, the work team will develop the materials for the workshop.  These materials will include research papers written by the speakers and participants of the workshop. To reach this objective, a thorough read of the available literature will be necessary. 

Third quarter 2017: Hold the one-day workshop, gathering experts in the field of public governance. In the occasion, experts will review the survey results, share experiences and present proposals and diagnosis, from different perspectives according to the specific field of each speaker. 

Fourth quarter 2017: Elaboration of a digital publication with the final recommendations gathered in the development of the survey and workshop.The digital publication will be designed with the collaboration of the participating economies of the workshop. 

Fourth quarter 2017: Diffusion of the digital publication, through the APEC website as well as interested government agencies’ websites. 

Member economies and, specifically, the principal beneficiaries involved in this project:

- Officials in charge of negotiation processes and officials in charge of matters of open governance in APEC economies, who can promote the outcomes of this project, and improved capacities to cover claims for information and participation in the ongoing negotiation process and thus facilitate the reception and anticipated support for forthcoming trade agreements. 

- Stakeholders, whocanimprove their capacities to participate in the framework of the negotiation of trade agreements, as also socialize and promote the projects outcomes. 

- APEC economies will benefit from the outcomes in terms of recommendations of best practices for strengthening transparency and participation; this in turn will assist them to evaluate the implementation of procedures and capacities for greater involvement and beneficial trade agreements to society as a whole.

Risks

This project may face difficultiesto achieve a high level of quality of speakers that are able to engage and fully address the objectives established within the project. Efforts will be made to obtain high quality responses. To increase the probability of attaining high level speakers, the Chilean network will play an important role, as will the co-sponsoring economies, that have trade contacts that will motivate the participation in this project. 

The major risk is to not obtain a comprehensive participation in the event as is intended. Nevertheless, we expect participants from co-sponsoring and other interested economies. To minimize this risk, all the actions will be supported by Chilean embassies and trade representatives in all APEC economies. This network will help identify and engage possible speakers and participants. In this sense, it is important for the success of this project to involve a wide audience,with sufficient representation for the varied positions around this topic. In this sense, the planning of this project will contemplate an early dissemination of its components, beginning with highlights of the results of the survey and later, the topics and experts of the one-day workshop. The involvement of prominent actors of Viet Nam in the fields related to this project it will be an interesting element, and it is contemplated to invite with an emphasis on the participation of Vietnamese women (from fields like education, business, entrepreneurship, SMEs). 

Finally, the possible difficulties for the achievement of recommendations that actually will contribute to the policy change in this matter.This outcome will depend mainly of the success of the one-day workshop: quality of speakers; proper registration of the information shared on the sessions of the workshop; appropriate material support for each session, etc. All this measures will be coordinated with sufficient advance for the success of the occasion.

Monitoring and Evaluation

The way we envisage the evaluation is to monitor some indicators as explained below: 

A short term indicator will be the number of participants, funded as well as non-funded. The expected outcome in terms of participation of funded economies is at least 80% and in terms of non-funded economies is at least 40%. 

The second short term indicator will be the number of experts and/or government participating in the workshop. The expected outcome is to have at least 6 experts and/or government representing export promotion agencies. 

The last short term indicator will be a post-workshop survey that will be applied to attendees, related to the experiences learned at the one-day workshop, and an overall evaluation of the experience. The survey would include elements such as: level of satisfaction of each of the discussion panels in terms of knowledge acquired and transmitted as well as the level of possible implementation of lessons and recommendations of each panel within other APEC economies. 

The project outcomes, in terms of impact, will be mainly reflected through the number of participants from different APEC economies, taking into consideration gender. In terms of its midterm impact, this can be measured by the number of downloads from the APEC web page of the workshops final report that will reflect the discussions undertaken during the workshop as well as analytical analysis of the survey results.

Linkages

It is important to note that this project is in line with the work that APEC is developing in this issues. In this way, the project is related with the Action Plan Framework for the 2nd REI Capacity Building Needs Initiative (CBNI).Furthermore, this project seeks to help APEC member economies to develop knowledge and capabilities aimed at realizing the FTAAP, as a major instrument to further APEC’s regional economic integration agenda, providing useful and necessary information. 

In addition, the project complements the objectives of the WTO Transparency Mechanism for Regional Trade Agreements. 

Regarding Chile, it´sstronglyrelated to the commitments assumed by our economy for strengthening citizen participation, transparency and modernization of the State, in accordance with its domestic law and existing international commitments.

Sustainability

It is contemplated to share the final recommendations guide with APEC economies for comments and suggestions in order to include all the observations. The latter will enable to present this recommendations guide for approval of the Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI) and finally, to circulate this guide as an APEC publication. 

As mentioned before, in short term there will be follow up activities, such as the survey post workshop; in long term, the number of downloads of the final publication of the project, per year. 

Furthermore, depending on the results of this project, specifically on the contents gathered in the final recommendations guide, it is considered planning a second phase for the deepening of its goals through a 2 day-workshop with a final publication that will gathered the contents of all the process. 

It is expected that such step in long term will promote the collaboration of APEC economies for the construction of a policy network in favor of the recognition of a binding guide of good practices for transparency and participation in the processes of negotiation of trade agreements. It is thus intended that this proposal is presented at CTI1 2018 meeting, with a request for the matter to be considered by the said committee, agreeing to develop this policy, and launching a process of consultations to elaborate an APEC Guide of Good Practices for Transparency and Participation in the Negotiation of FTAs, that will begin in 2018 and that will be led by the CTI in close coordination with all relevant APEC fora. On the same vein, it is expected to review related literature and conduct wide consultation with each member economies and other relevant stakeholders. Thus, the completion of the first version of this guide is expected to happen over the next two years, so that it may subsequently be forwarded to the SOM for adoption. 

Further still, the government of Chile will promote the recommendations and will strengthen its current policies for transparency and participation in this field consistent with the commitments made internally. In that sense, DIRECON has done a significantprogresson that direction, with the implementation of a special instance for the participation of stakeholders during the process of negotiation of TPP and TiSA, with the so-call cuarto adjunto (side room). 

The government of President Michelle Bachelet has made a strong commitment with the priority goals of Open Government and Participatory Democracy. In accordance with that policy, this year DIRECON has presented an ambitious project for the decentralization of the transparency and participation in the processes of negotiation of trade agreements, at the Open Government Partnership (OGP) Action Plan 2016-2018, in collaboration with a relevant foundation of civil society, through the coordination of the General Secretariat of the Presidency (Chile).In summary, there is a political and legal context in Chile that ensures a systemic orientation to the realization of the goals promoted in this project.

Project Overseers

Carolina Ibáñez Kollmann: Adviser to the General Director in matters of stakeholders and trade agreements. General Directorate of International Economic Affairs (DIRECON) - Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Government of Chile. March 2015 to date. 

Chilean Lawyer. Degree in Legal and Social Sciences, Law School, University of Chile. Experience in Intellectual Property; Transparency and Citizen Participation in Public Administration.Public policy in areas as access to knowledge, promotion and due protection of localinnovation, Chilean Reading Policy, Act for the promotion of Chilean music, among others (Ministry of Culture). 

Currently, Ms. Ibáñez is advisor in matters of stakeholders and trade agreements, in the General Directorate of International Economic Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Government of Chile, since March 2015 to date.

In charge of the process of strengthening participation and transparency through newmechanisms in the negotiation and completion of the Transpacific Partnership (TPP), TiSA and other current agreements. She had participated as speaker and proposer in different local and international fora, as the APEC Capacity Building Workshop on FTA Negotiation Skills on Technical Barriers to Trade, in the panel “Experiences in Coordination and Stakeholder Consultation”, Ho Chi Minh, Viet Nam, JAN 2016;  OGP-Chile Action Plan 2016-2018 (ongoing project). Also, she is in charge of a project presented to the cooperation fund between Chile and Mexico, for the “Cooperation for institutional strengthening, training and exchange of best practices on transparency and participation in trade negotiations” (project in evaluation process). 

Second Point of Contact:
Mr. Pablo Trigo
Legal Advisor, APEC Department
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Chile
Tel:+56 2 28275348 
E-mail: ptrigo@direcon.gob.cl

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