bilaterals.org is a collective effort to share information and stimulate cooperation against bilateral trade and investment agreements that are opening countries to the deepest forms of penetration by transnational corporations.
These agreements — "bilaterals", for short — are negotiated in secret, far from the reach of parliaments or people. They have tended to attract far less attention than World Trade Organization negotiations — and yet their provisions often go even further than existing trade liberalization commitments made at the WTO.
This website was initiated by several organizations and activists who felt the need for an open space on the Internet to share information and action ideas about bilateral deal-making. However, all organizations, networks or individuals active on these issues or wanting to get more involved are welcome to participate.
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Imperialism and the new free trade deals | 23-Apr-2014
Pirate party: Zombie walk against TTIP in Berlin | 21-Apr-2014
TTIP debate - Brussels | 19-Apr-2014
Le département de la Seine Saint Denis déclaré « zone hors partenariat transatlantique de commerce et d’investissement » | 14-Apr-2014
Why is TTIP more than a trade agreement? | 7-Apr-2014
A journey through the lobby jungle in Brussels | 3-Apr-2014
The secret deal that threatens the food on your plate | 28-Mar-2014
Taiwan’s students head to the streets with sunflowers to protest closer ties with China | 27-Mar-2014
NZ actors to rally against secretive TPPA | 27-Mar-2014