labour | workers’ rights
No al TTIP | 17-Jan-2017
La campaña No al TTIP convoca movilizaciones en más de 20 ciudades para frenar al CETA
AFL-CIO | 21-Dec-2016
It is important that everyday working people’s perspectives lead the debate, starting with how to rewrite NAFTA.
El País | 30-Sep-2016
El grupo arbitral que dirime la controversia entre EE.UU. y Guatemala por supuestas violaciones de los derechos laborales en el país centroamericano, entregó el informe inicial a las partes, informó hoy una fuente oficial.
Global Labour Column | 28-Sep-2016
For decades, labour has been fighting purely defensive battles against the neo-liberal trade and investment agenda; we lack an agenda of our own. Lost ground will not be reclaimed on what is fundamentally hostile territory, argues Peter Rossmann of the IUF.
American Prospect | 22-Sep-2016
The new president needs a fresh approach to trade.
RT | 23-Dec-2015
El TPP da a más de 9.000 empresas extranjeras el derecho de violar leyes que protegen el medioambiente y evitar los tribunales.
AFL-CIO | 16-Nov-2015
A coalition of U.S. and Mexican labor and civil society groups are taking an unprecedented legal approach to protect workers’ rights that will test the strength of labor protections in international trade agreements.
rabble.ca | 23-Sep-2015
For years, trade and justice activists have proposed renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) to address some of the deal’s most damaging features: for example, by removing the anti-democratic investor-state dispute settlement provisions of Chapter 11, linking trade benefits to genuine protections for human and labour rights (all the more important given the deteriorating democratic situation in Mexico), and establishing a continent-wide strategy for auto investment and production.
TUC | 20-Aug-2015
TUC Congress believes that the primary purpose of TTIP is to extend corporate investor rights’ and thus adopted a position of ‘outright opposition’ to TTIP.
No al TTIP | 8-Jul-2015
La Confederación Europea de Sindicatos (CES) ha instado a los Eurodiputados a votar en contra de esa enmienda señalando, entre otras críticas, que el nuevo texto es un retroceso respecto a la posición acordada anteriormente por la comisión de comercio del Parlamento Europeo (INTA) que sí mencionaba una Jurisdicción Internacional de las Inversiones.

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