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Jaggi Singh, 02.07.2002 19:35
BHOPAL, INDIA, January 13, 2000 - Mike Moore, the shell-shocked Director-General of the World Trade Organization (WTO), is visiting India this week to meet with "top officials and business leaders". It's all part of a concerted attempt at damage control after the victory of diverse peoples' movements at the Battle of Seattle. According to a WTO envoy in Geneva, "Moore clearly sees India as a key to kick-starting the negotiation process." [Reuters, January 7, 2000].
w und e, 22.06.2009 17:04
Informationsbrief Weltwirtschaft und Entwicklung, WuE 06/2009
-, 03.06.2009 15:46
Interview with S. Kannaiyan
of Tamizhaga Vivasayigal Sangam, India
source: timeupthailand.blogspot.com, 14.05.2009 16:02
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
The 'Voter's Uprising' that is changing perceptions in THAILAND
source: Guardian/ Boston Globe/ zmag.de, 08.05.2009 13:49
01.04.2009 - Boston Globe
Quelle: SIG, 04.04.2009 18:24
Interview mit Walden Bello
-, 16.02.2009 12:39
-, 17.10.2008 20:43
A small start has been made to revive and deepen the global process of exchange in PGA.
A member of the Karnataka farmers Association (KRRS) is now here in Geneva, on his way to spend three months in Bolivia and Ecuador, learning spanish and visiting social movements.
Mo, 09.10.2008 13:42
The following Call is available in Spanish, German, French and Italian on http://www.emancipating-education-for-all.org
Student activists from various countries who are all struggling against tuition fees, the increasing influence of profit-driven companies and corporations on universities and the privatization of Education in general launch this international Call.
-, 09.09.2008 12:13
some articles on the street protests in Thailand
Quellen: wildcat, labournet, Asienhaus, 16.07.2008 17:59
Arbeitskaempfe in China
zur Situation von WanderarbeiterInnen, chinesischen Arbeitsmigrantinnen und vieles mehr
-, 07.07.2008 21:13
Many protests were organised during the G8 Summit in Japan. The summit took place in Toyako on the island Hokkaido, a demonstration was organized on July 4th in Sapporo.
No! G8 Legal Team, 07.07.2008 07:40
Activists and organizers are asking local groups and individuals to call, e-mail, visit and protest at Japanese embassies over the unjust arrests, detentions, deportations, and repression occurring around counter-G8 mobilization in Japan.
Pathak Lal Golder, 05.07.2008 07:36
30 June is a memorable day for peasants of all over the world
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