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Consumer Project on Technology

The Consumer Project on Technology (CPTech) is a non-governmental organization founded by Ralph Nader in 1995, and headed by James Love. A large part of the group’s work relates to intellectual property and international trade’s impact on access to healthcare.
The site has offers an extensive collection of resources available on the net. This information is categorised under themes such as international trade agreements (which offers a large amount of content), topic themes, and countries.

A joint project by activists and organisations to share information and analyse the progress and effects of Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) and bilateral agreements (known simply as “bilaterals”). These agreements often attract less attention than World Trade Organisation negotiations, yet can often be even more consequential.
The site contains news and analyse relating to a huge range of trade negotiations in progress between States and/or supra-nation groups; information on the situation of deals and agreements; and sections devoted to the key issues surrounding these trade moves, such as labour, corporate interests, agriculture. Articles are also available in French and Spanish.

Seattle to Brussels Network

S2B was formed in 1999 and is a pan-European network which campaigns to promote a sustainable, socially and democratically accountable system of trade. The network is involved in coordinating events such as The General Council of People at Geneva in October 2005.
The website has details of active groups in most European countries along with a ‘Trade Calendar’, which shows important dates in the world of commerce, regular updates on the negotiations within the World Trade Organisation and information pages on key issues such as Industrial Goods and Natural Resources.

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