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TTIP if you're not at the table you're on menu

We’re keeping up the pressure on #TTIP talks as the 12th round of negotiations start this week. The Green family (Global Greens, Greens/EFA MEPs, Federation of Young European Greens and European Greens) protests against the secretive and corporate dominated talks. Don't gamble away our democracy.

Canadian, New Zealand Greens team up to oppose Trans-Pacific trade deal

The Canadian Press, Published Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2015 8:42AM EDT

The federal Green party teamed up with its namesake from New Zealand on Tuesday to underscore their mutual opposition to the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement.


Kennedy Graham

Kennedy Graham MPKennedy Graham was elected to Parliament in 2008, and re-elected in 2011 and ’14. He holds the portfolios of global affairs, defense & disarmament, and constitutional affairs. He serves on the Foreign Affairs Committee andthe Privileges Committee.


New Zealanders don't want the TPP

Despite all the rhetoric of ‘free trade’, historical evidence shows that deals like the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) are designed to advance the interests of multinational companies above all else. The TPP is a multilateral trade agreement being negotiated between New Zealand and eleven other Pacific/Asian countries, including the United States. However, those negotiations are being conducted almost entirely in secret.


Greens Japan: stop TPP negotiations

Greens Japan wants to see the TPP negotiations stopped and instead work towards a different structure for a more fair and eco-friendly Asia-Pacific region

Agriculture as our life insurance

- Reject of the FTA and keep alive Korea's agricultural food sovereignty 
- Ensure the basic income of the farmers and small farmers
- Support policies to promote gwichon ARGUENON outside the city center of attention 
- Eco-friendly local food lunch: we will support the preschool and school gardens urban agriculture activities. 


Greens join call for the release of TPPA text

Green Party Co-leaders Russel Norman and Metiria Turei today joined other legislators from Australia, Canada, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand and Peru in seeking the release of the text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) before it is signed.

Currently the countries involved in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement have agreed that the text for the agreement will not be released until negotiations conclude.  All documents, other than the text, will then be held in co



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