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News from the movements
31-Aug-2016 Solidaritas PerempuanTidak seperti TPP yang wacananya sangat mengemuka di ruang publik, RCEP nampaknya tidak menjadi perhatian meskipun juga akan berdampak bagi kehidupan masyarakat, termasuk kehidupan perempuan. Meskipun sering disebut sebagai perjanjian perdagangan, namun ruang lingkup RCEP lebih luas dari sekedar perdagangan.
31-Aug-2016 No al TTIPLa sociedad civil se mueve contra la ratificación exprés del CETA en el Parlamento Europeo.
An open letter to the sixteen governments negotiating the Regional Comprehensive Economic PartnershipNearly 70 networks and organisations call on the RCEP negotiators to listen to civil society, not just corporate interests
30-Aug-2016 The NationActivists of various NGOs have urged Asean governments to eliminate investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) from the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) draft.
25-Aug-2016 RTSome 2,000 members of the American Postal Workers Union have gathered in Miami where they are officially opposing the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
24-Aug-2016 Deutsche WelleHundreds of thousands of protesters are expected to take to the streets in several German cities to rally against plans to move forward with two key international trade agreements - one year after a similar protest managed to attract similar numbers.
23-Aug-2016 APRNNeither the TPP nor the RCEP, neither the US nor China and their corporations will ever address the long-standing people’s aspiration for an international trading system that responds to their needs.
23-Aug-2016 ScoopCivil society groups, trade unions, church groups, environmentalists, gender activists and many more are calling for Ministers to make no decision on PACER-Plus — a free trade agreement between Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands — until there has been a proper social impact assessment and mandate from the Pacific people who are most likely to be affected.
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