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How to publish a link
Apart from articles (which can house any type of attachment), you can also post links on bilaterals.org. They may be links to entire websites, such as www.stop-ttip.org, or to one web page that contains good resource materials, further links, or a single document that you don’t want to reproduce on bilaterals.org.
Links are found throughout bilaterals.org:
- Links to very specific materials are posted in the relevant sections like India negotiations or EU FTAs.
- Links to website that have a more general use are posted in the "Links" section. That section divides links into four categories: corporate groups (e.g. industry associations), social movements, and government (government webpages or intergovernmental organisations), and research centres.
Posting a link is called "referencing a site" in SPIP.
These are the steps to post a link:
1. First, you have to be logged in to the site. To log in, click on ’publish’ on the top bar and enter your username and password. If you have not yet registered with the site, click on this link.
2. Click [reference a new site] on the top bar of the screen.
3. Fill in the form:
- Enter the Site name of the website or webpage or document you are posting a link to.
- Enter the exact Site URL you want to link to.
- Choose the In section of bilaterals.org you want it placed in. To browse the sections, click on the magnifying glass icon.
- Enter a few words in the site description for the site or page you are linking to. Then click Submit.
4. Finalising your posting:
- Select "published" in the drop-down menu on the left side of the screen to post your link online.
- You can also optionally attach a thumbnail to your link through the logo upload box on the left.
News from the movements
UPDATE: The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP): A charter for deregulation, an attack on jobs, an end to democracyRosa Luxemburg Stiftung have today released an updated version of their publication on TTIP by John Hilary.
26-Feb-2015 El FaradioDesde Izquierda Unida este viernes se ha organizado un acto público en el Colegio Público Cisneros sobre el Tratado de Libre Comercio e Inversiones entre EEUU y la Unión Europea (TTIP).
26-Feb-2015 IGJIndonesia for Global Justice together with Indonesian civil society networks met with the Director of Bilateral Cooperation of Investment Coordinating Board, Fritz Horas Silalahi, in Jakarta to discuss the review of Indonesia Bilateral Investment Treaties (BITS).
25-Feb-2015 Financial ExpressProf Brook K Baker, Professor of Law and Northeastern University, cautions that the Modi government’s accelerating flirtation with the US and its investors is dangerous to hundreds of millions of people worldwide whose lives depend on Indian generics
23-Feb-2015 Planète Non ViolenceUne loi bipartisane est en préparation au Congrés US pour conditionner l’Accord de Libre Echange Transatlantique (TAFTA) à l’interdiction par les pays membres de l’UE de toute campagne BDS (Boycott Desinvestissement Sanctions contre Israël).
20-Feb-2015 Electronic IntifadaTwo members of the US Congress have introduced a bill that would turn a giant trade deal between the EU and US into a devastating weapon against the people of Palestine and all those seeking justice alongside them.
19-Feb-2015 Entrescantos.esEl pasado domingo 8 de febrero, organizada por la Asamblea Popular de Tres Cantos, se celebró la charla TTIP, un tratado que te afecta.
19-Feb-2015 TNIPublic event organised by Transnational Institute, Friends of the Earth Europe and Traidcraft on 4 March 2015 in Brussels
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