TTIP and the World


Venue: Attac Summer University, Paris, 264E
Languages: English, French, Spanish

TTIP is a massive free trade agreement currently being negotiated between the European Union and the United States of America. Much attention is being paid by social movements on the potential harmful implications of the agreement in terms of downgrading labor, social, safety and environmental standards and regulations. However, it is urgent to start a broad and participatory analysis of how TTIP would affect Global South. The purpose of the workshop is to help to articulate alternative international economic agendas and link these to current debates around TTIP.

Alberto Acosta, Ecuador
Walden Bello, Philippines
Luciana Ghiotto, Argentina
John Hilary, United Kingdom
Juliette Majot, United States
Andrés Peñaloza Méndez, Mexico
Manuel Pérez-Rocha, Mexico
Nguyen van Tung, Vietnam

In cooperation with
Transnational Institute (TNI), Institute for Policy Studies (IPS), Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP)

Our publications on TTIP
Free Trade - Project of the Powerful : TTIP Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership
By Ulrike Herrmann. Brussels, 2014

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP): A charter for deregulation, an attack on jobs, an end to democracy
By John Hilary. Brussels, 2014