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May 2013

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February 2013

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Land grabbing and Human Rights

October 2012

The TNI newsletter of 25 October 2012

How Dutch pension funds, banks and the government are implicated in the global land grab

October 2012

How Dutch pension funds, banks and the government are implicated in the global land grab

Endgame on War on Drugs?

April 2012

For the first time heads of state met to discuss alternatives to drugs prohibition at the Organisation of American States Summit in Cartagena. Transnational Institute, which for years has advocated for an end to the war on drugs, analyses this breakthrough.

What was achieved in Marseilles and Vienna

March 2012

In Marseilles FAME ended successfully with a protest march of 2000 people, united under the slogan 'Water is life, Not for Profit'. Around the same time in Vienna the Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) celebrated the 100th anniversary of the first international opium convention.

Democratise from below and save Europe's Economy

February 2012

As the EU Commission, pressured by big business, perpetuates rather than resolves economic and democratic crises, where can we look for alternatives, and for action? What should Greece do to resist? What can we learn from the radical political movements of the 1960s and '70s, and from the new movements that are gaining momentum across Europe? How can we stop the next wave of commodification of the atmosphere under the guise of a "green economy"

From Durban to Rio+20: Challenging the corporate hijack of environmental policy

January 2012

Tackling the corporate takeover of environmental policy will be one of the most critical challenges humanity has faced in history. Corporations have been behind the failure of the UN, most recently at the UNFCCC conference in Durban, to agree effective climate change policies. TNCs are now pushing to expand privatisation of nature as a solution to the environmental crisis at the UN Rio+20 Earth Summit in June 2012. How can we stop them?

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