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  1. Annual Report 2014

    01 June 2015
    Annual report

    in 2014, we celebrated TNI’s four decades of work with considerable pride. Heart-warming messages poured in, affirming our continued value, relevance and impact. Much has changed, but looking back we can see TNI has consistently accompanied and supported some of the most significant struggles of the times – against military dictatorships, Apartheid, nuclear weapons, Third World debt, structural adjustment programmes, corporate-led globalisation – and continues to do so.

  2. Annual Report 2015

    29 July 2016
    Annual report

    What did TNI staff, fellows and the movements we work with do in 2015? Don't miss this interactive presentation of our work that looks at our analysis on the state of the world, the work of our different projects, and the victories that give us hope at a time of profound change and challenge.

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    Annual Report 2016

    15 September 2017
    Annual report

    In 2016, we witnessed the disturbing consequences of permanent war, neoliberal policies and globalization that have unleashed forces that are shaking the status quo at its roots.  Yet while we may seem pessimists of the intellect, we make up for it with our optimism of will! We continue to draw hope from the social movements which doubled their commitment to the realization of the vision and values that TNI holds dear.

  4. Annual report 2018

    • Shaun Matsheza
    11 June 2019
    Annual report

    In support of our long-term goals, which also indicate the type of work TNI does, an ambitious five-year programme was developed in 2014. Although 2018 only marks the mid-point in implementation, impressive progress is already apparent.

  5. Annual report 2017

    • Shaun Matsheza
    01 November 2018
    Annual report

    In 2017, we marked 43 years of critical thinking, exposing the underlying causes of today’s authoritarian politics, and putting forward the real solutions we need.

  6. Niels Jongerius

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    Dutch Outreach Officer

    Niels Jongerius joined the 'Economic Justice, Corporate Power and Alternatives' programme in February 2016. He has a BA degree in International Relations from the University of Groningen. He worked in the European Parliament from 2009-2014. In 2015 he worked for the German Trade Union Federation in Berlin. He also studied and worked in Shanghai.

  7. Renaud Cachia

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    Researcher

    Renaud Cachia (1979) pursued an education in international and humanitarian law but his work soon focused on social issues and international solidarity.  ...

  8. Luciana Ghiotto

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    Associate Researcher

    Luciana Ghiotto is an associate researcher with the Transnational Institute (TNI) and specialises on trade and investment. She is a researcher in CONICET-Argentina, and Professor of International Political Economy at Universidad Nacional de San Martín (UNSAM). Ms Ghiotto is also a member of ATTAC Argentina and coordinator of the Assembly Argentina Better Without Free Trade Agreements.

  9. Bettina Müller

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    Associate Researcher

    Bettina Müller is an associate researcher with the Transnational Institute (TNI) and specialises on the trade and investment regime in Latin America and the Carribbean. Bettina is a political sciences graduate and holds a master's degree in international relations and political sciences at Sciences Po Paris and Freie Universität Berlin. She is currently living in Berli, where she works at the...

  10. Lucía Bárcena

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    Project Officer

    Lucia Barcena joined TNI in March 2019. She is a Spanish-Mexican who has specialized in trade and investment policies and in monitoring and evaluation. She holds a Masters Degree in International Cooperation for Development from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Before joining TNI she worked as the trade campaigner for Ecologistas en Accion in Spain. Also, she has worked as an...