Who we are
The groups that jointly initiated this website in September 2004 are:
Asia-Pacific Research Network
GATT Watchdog New Zealand (email@example.com)
Global Justice Ecology Project
Since then, a small group of people informally help with the maintenance, content and administration of the site on a day to day level. They are associated with many different organisations and initiatives in different parts of the world, such as Acción por la Biodiversidad, Global Justice Ecology Project, GRAIN, Indonesia Global Justice, etc. Others help out occasionally with translations, compiling materials for the site, writing the introductions to different pages, designing specific materials, etc. Most of this work is done on a volunteer or solidarity basis.
Financial support for operational costs has come from several different sources. If you wish to support the site, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
last update: November 2014
European Commission’s clever ruse to introduce corporate sovereignty regardless of ratification votes in EU | 25-Jan-2015
TPP and TTIP: Partners in crime | 23-Jan-2015
OGM : Le marché de dupes de l’Union européenne | 15-Jan-2015
Lowest common denominator: EU-US trade deal threatens to lower standards of protection from toxic pesticides | 8-Jan-2015
Signature des Accords de partenariat economiques : La coalition «Non aux APE» exige de Macky Sall un debat national | 2-Jan-2015
2014: A year in review on climate and trade | 22-Dec-2014
It doesn’t matter who does the lobbying: Trade agreements aren’t the place for internet regulations | 22-Dec-2014
Transatlantique arnaque - La casse du siècle | 22-Dec-2014