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CETA: trading away democracy

September 2016
How CETA’s investor protection rules could result in a boom of investor claims against Canada and the EU.
 

Monsanto press release

September 2016
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TTIP and CETA update for Scottish activists - September 2016

September 2016

Campaigners have been celebrating a fantastic victory this month as TTIP has been pronounced dead by a number of EU ministers - read more about how this is happening in this update. However, the fight to stop CETA is still very much alive. With just a small window of opportunity to consign CETA, like TTIP, to the history books, its time to pull out all the stops to end the Canada-EU trade deal. Read on to find out more about what you can do: from lobbying your MP and MEPs on CETA, to plans for the European-wide CETA week in the middle of October.

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TTIP and CETA update for Scottish activists - September 2016

September 2016

Campaigners have been celebrating a fantastic victory this month as TTIP has been pronounced dead by a number of EU ministers - read more about how this is happening in this update. However, the fight to stop CETA is still very much alive. With just a small window of opportunity to assign CETA, like TTIP, to the history books, its time to pull out all the stops to end the Canada-EU trade deal. Read on to find out more about what you can do: from lobbying your MP and MEPs on CETA, to plans for the European-wide CETA week in the middle of October.

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Controlling corporations

September 2016

The case for a UN Treaty on Transnational Corporations and Human Rights

There are over 40,000 Transnational Corporations, or TNCs, in the world. Of the 100 wealthiest governments and corporations in the world today, 69 are corporations while only 31 are governments.

The power of multinational corporations is rapidly expanding and too often big business gets away with exploiting people, disregarding human rights and destroying the environment.

Think Global September 2016

September 2016

Act locally with Global Justice Now. For other issues, check out our Think Global page. 

 

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TISA Briefing

CETA poster/leaflet

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What is TISA and why we need to stop it

August 2016

The Trade in Services Agreement (TISA) is a proposed international trade treaty being negotiated by 50 countries, including the European Union and the United States.

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CETA: TTIP's ugly brother

August 2016

This is a guide to the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between the EU and Canada.

Millions have signed a petition calling on the EU to stop negotiations on TTIP (the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership) and CETA. While there is growing public awareness about the timetable and content of the TTIP negotiations, CETA is on the verge of being ratified.

But it's not receiving the scrutiny or attention it deserves.

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CETA update for Scottish activists - July 2016

July 2016

With the uncertainty that a possible Brexit brings, this month's brief update looks only at CETA. We don't yet know how the negotiations of mega trade deals like TTIP and TiSA will affect Scotland - but this should become clearer over the coming months. What is more certain is that CETA will affect us, and there is still a chance to stop this Canada-EU trade deal. The next three months will be crucial for the campaign. Read this month's update to find out what you can do.

Think Global July 2016

July 2016

Act locally with Global Justice Now. For other issues, check out our Think Global page. 

 

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Migration leaflet/poster

 

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TTIP update for Scottish activists - June 2016

June 2016

Welcome to this month’s update on TTIP, CETA and other dodgy trade deals, for Scottish activists.

In this month's edition, there are motions lodged in the UK and Scottish parliaments demanding that our national and regional parliaments are able to debate CETA before it is implemented. Please ask your local MP and MSPs to sign them!

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Ninety Nine magazine - Issue 05 - May 2016

June 2016

Another Europe is possible
May issue of Ninety Nine, the magazine for the supporters of Global Justice Now.

This issue features:

  • In or out, the problem with trade deals, by Molly Scott-Cato, MEP
  • What Brexit means for Global Justice Now, by Nick Dearden,
  • Fighting the lies around migration, by Alex Scrivener
  • Liberating Tate - a photo essay

You can receive Ninety Nine magazine by becoming a supporter of Global Justice Now.

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0.7% on aid: a small contribution towards justice and equality

June 2016

There is more to fighting poverty and inequality than just giving aid. This briefing argues that to address the huge inequality of wealth and power that exists in the world, there needs to be fundamental change to the way the global economy works. Aid can play an important part, especially if it is understood as a form of international wealth redistribution.

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If we support fairtrade...then we must oppose TTIP and CETA

May 2016

This briefing looks at how fairtrade and the countries in the global south that benefit from fairtrade schemes will lose out if mega trade deals like TTIP and CETA are ratified.

Annual review 2015

May 2016

Read our 2015 annual review.

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TTIP update for Scottish activists - May 2016

May 2016

Welcome to this month’s update on TTIP, CETA and other dodgy trade deals, for Scottish activists.

In this month’s edition, with CETA getting perilously close to ratification, help us demand that Prime Minister David Cameron veto the treaty until a proper debate is held by the UK parliament.

Think Global May 2016

April 2016

Act locally with Global Justice Now. For other issues, check out our Think Global page. 

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The EU Referendum - The radical case to remain in Europe

April 2016

The choice in front of us on 23 June can feel uninspiring. Voting to remain in the EU aligns with big business and elite interests, while voting to leave aligns with the interests of racists, xenophobes and fundamentalist free-marketeers.

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