In the following videos, the possible impacts of this proposed agreement on India’s small-scale food producers are discussed.
Already, Mexico’s progressive reforms have made it an ISDS target. First Majestic, a Canadian silver mining company has been threatening Mexico for the last few years, under NAFTA’s Chapter 11.
What does this trade deal mean for African women and their role in the continent’s food production and trade?
Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Norway are undermining farmers’ rights to seeds in the countries of the global South
Kenya should abandon or, at the very least, postpone the United States-Kenya Free Trade Agreement negotiations to a later date, civil society groups say in letter to the AfCFTA Secretariat.
Interview with Yamina Saheb, former head of unit in the Energy Charter Treaty Secretariat .
265 civil society organisations call on the Federal Governments and the EU Commission and EU-Parliament to reject this agreement!
The agreement could have serious ecological and human rights repercussions, new study warns.
A golf course, free-trade agreements, and the fight for the soul of a city
To get out of the crisis exacerbated by Covid-19: more than a hundred organizations and networks in the Arab region are launching a campaign for debt cancellation and getting rid of "free trade" agreements.
We urge you to take immediate action to ensure that the duty of governments to regulate in the public interest is safeguarded and put beyond the scope of ISDS claims.
The 15 governments must consider the adverse impact of the mega FTA and put an end to trade agreements such as RCEP as they only increase protection and power of multinational corporations.
The European Commission has ignored its legal obligation to ensure the trade agreement with the ‘Mercosur’ group of South American countries will not lead to social, economic, environmental degradation and human rights violations.
Sign-on the letter for organisations.
26 years of free trade, industrial paradise for transnational corporations and
environmental hell for the peoples.
How trade agreements could strengthen human rights and environmental protection in the raw materials sector.
How trade agreements could contribute to a more sustainable world economy.
The lack of independence, the priority given to the commercial aspects instead of the human aspects, and the superficiality of this report prevent it from being recognised as a credible evaluation.
This briefing is meant to provide a discussion for NGOs in Brazil who want to understand the implications of this deal for people and forests and take action.
The UK’s draft FTA is analysed here in terms of what it would mean for the UK and for trade justice.