- About bilaterals.org
- Feb-2016: New ISDS platform launched
- Sep-2004: Launch announcement
- Feb-2015: Relaunch of bilaterals.org
- Mar-2013: Relaunch of bilaterals.org
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- Dec-2008: An update from bilaterals.org and logo design contest announcement
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- How to participate
- Key issues
- Texts of agreements
How to participate
How to participate
bilaterals.org is an open and collaborative space, designed so that people and groups can directly share information, materials and strategy ideas. If you want to play a role, no matter how small or big, you can join in.
► Upload your own materials
bilaterals.org is an open-publishing website. This means that you can post materials yourself. All you need to do is to register first and then follow the instructions. For each article, you can copy-paste your material or attach it as a PDF or similar format. You can also attach images, audio files or embed a video. Step by step instructions can be found here. If you have any questions, just contact us at email@example.com. We can answer you quickly or walk you through the steps on skype.
►Create and host your own blog or page
If you would like to have your own space at bilaterals.org for a regular blog or an organisational or campaign page on bilateral free trade and investment agreements, contact us and we can help you get started.
►Sharing leaked documents
bilaterals.org can receive and publish negotiating texts or draft documents of bilateral free trade and investment agreements that you would like to have out in the public domain. You can post such texts yourself, or have the bilaterals.org team do it for you.
►Use the social media feeds
The Facebook page and Twitter feed of bilaterals.org can be used to get your materials out. Contact us for more information about this.
►Help with translations
If you want to translate a specific article or volunteer to help with needed translations, that kind of support is really needed. Please get in touch!
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18-Feb-2017 Le DauphinéAlors que le CETA vient d’être ratifié par le Parlement européen, Grenoble organise samedi, après Barcelone, les 2e Rencontres paneuropéennes des villes contre TAFTA - CETA – TISA,
17-Feb-2017 bilaterals.orgEl Coordinador de la Coalición nacional senegalesa “No a los AAE” nos habla de dos proyectos de libre comercio en relación con África: los Acuerdos de asociación económica y la Zona continental de libre comercio
16-Feb-2017 Une Seule Planète
Mouvement citoyens et pouvoirs locaux : quelle alliance pour construire les alternatives aux accords de libre-échange ?La logique des accords de libre-échange est celle d’une croissance infinie des richesses, d’une nature inépuisable d’une capacité exponentielle de l’Humanité à mobiliser le génie scientifique nécessaire pour minimiser les externalités sociales ou environnementales.
15-Feb-2017 RTThe European Parliament has approved a landmark free trade deal between the EU and Canada. Hundreds gathered in Strasbourg, France to protest the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA).
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