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TTIP and fracking activists came together on the Oct 11th days of action. It is crucial they continue to do this, and challenge the system of corporate entitlement that stands in the way of both movements.
Thomas Mc Donagh reports back from the ESU where solid strategies were both discussed and implemented.
Two seasoned campaigners look at the story so far in confronting ISDS mechanisms in trade deals like the TTIP.
How the TPP Extends the Tentacles of Corporate Power: trade deals and the threat that investor-state arbitration poses to democracy.
Remembering Ken Saro-Wiwa and the Ogoni 8: Oil and Human Rights Campaigner, Sarah Shoraka’s first hand account of the ongoing movement for justice in the Niger Delta.
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An article by report author Thomas Mc Donagh on how global investment rules and state-investor arbitration undermine sustainable development efforts.
New paper sheds an urgent public light on the system of international investment rules and tribunals corporations use to undermine citizen and government action on urgent social and environmental issues.
Arthur Stamoulis of Citizens Trade Campaign asks why we’ve heard so little about the Transpacific Partnership – and points out what is being done to stop it.