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  1. 12 struggles of resistance and hope in 2017

    14 December 2017
    Article

    The bad news streaming through our media in 2017 has been relentless. Behind the headlines, though, social movements are on the rise and scoring impressive victories. Here are 12 struggles that inspire us to act in 2018.

  2. Por qué deberíamos celebrar que no se incluyeron temas de inversión en la OMC

    13 December 2017
    Press release

    Ha fracasado el intento de 39 miembros de la OMC, incluidos China, Rusia, la Unión Europea, Argentina, Brasil y México, de reintroducir discusiones formales sobre facilitación de inversiones en la XI Conferencia Ministerial de la Organización Mundial del Comercio (OMC).

  3. Why failing to include investment issues at WTO should be celebrated

    13 December 2017
    Press release

    A push by 39 WTO members, including China, Russia, the EU, Argentina, Brazil and Mexico to reintroduce formal discussions on investment facilitation at the 11th World Trade Organization (WTO) Ministerial conference has failed.

  4. Ben Hayes

    Ben Hayes: "El silencio de la izquierda sobre los refugiados es vergonzoso"

    13 December 2017
    Article

    Entrevista a Ben Hayes, investigador del Transnational Institute especializado en políticas de seguridad, antiterrorismo y control de fronteras.

  5. La extrema derecha en Polonia: así es el neoliberalismo

    Ewa Jasiewicz
    13 December 2017
    Article

    El espectáculo de 60.000 nacionalistas y neonazis marchando por el centro de Varsovia a principios de noviembre de 2017 generó titulares en todo el mundo. ¿Ha ido demasiado lejos la tolerancia y la solidaridad silenciosa del partido gobernante con la extrema derecha?

  6. La OMC promueve los mismos derechos para los inversores que han costado a los países de América Latina y el Caribe 20.600 millones de dólares

    12 December 2017
    Press release

    Coincidiendo con la XI Conferencia Ministerial de la Organización Mundial del Comercio (OMC) en Buenos Aires, en la que se dan cita los ministros de Comercio de 164 países, el Transnational Institute ha publicado un informe que analiza las 234 demandas de arbitraje de inversiones conocidas contra países de América Latina y el Caribe (ALC).

  7. WTO promotes same investors rights that have cost Latin American and Caribbean states 20.6 billion USD so far

    12 December 2017
    Press release

    As Trade Ministers from 164 countries meet in Buenos Aires, Argentina this week for the 11 World Trade Organisation (WTO) Ministerial conference,
    the Transnational Institute has published a new report that analyses the 234 known investment arbitration lawsuits against Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) states.

  8. Revolutionary government: Show of force…or sign of weakness?

    Walden Bello
    05 December 2017
    Article

    Manila, Philippines - A Revolutionary Government would most likely lead not to authoritarian stability but to a succession of destabilizing military coups. This scenario, more than anything else, is what prevents the President from giving the green light to the RevGov faction.

  9. Anti-austerity protest

    El nuevo activismo modelo en el Reino Unido: llevar al Partido Laborista al Gobierno y dar el poder al pueblo

    Hilary Wainwright
    04 December 2017
    Article

    La ‘nueva política’ se refiere tanto al poder electoral como a la construcción de un poder transformador.

  10. Anti-austerity protest

    New model activism: Putting Labour in office and the people in power

    Hilary Wainwright
    04 December 2017
    Article

    The ‘new politics’ needs to be about both winning electoral power and building transformative power.

  11. Banned from the WTO

    NGOs blocked at last minute from WTO summit in Argentina

    30 November 2017
    Press release

    The Transnational Institute condemns the last minute decision to block dozens of civil society experts and campaigners from next week's World Trade Organisation summit in Argentina. The decision, apparently made by the Argentinian Government for undisclosed reasons, is unprecedented in recent WTO history.

  12. A democratic alternative to the Spanish energy oligopoly

    Susanne Hirschmann
    28 November 2017
    Article
  13. Media Review 2017

    22 November 2017
    In the media
  14. Poland – this is what neoliberalism looks like

    Ewa Jasiewicz
    22 November 2017
    Article

    The spectacle of 60,000 nationalists and neo-Nazis marching through central Warsaw earlier this month made headlines around the world. Has Poland's ruling party's (PiS) tolerance and silent solidarity with the far right gone too far?

  15. Lessons from the Southeast Asian Advocacy Fellowship Programme on Drug Policy Reform

    21 November 2017
    Article

    Between 10 and 25 June 2017, the Transnational Institute organised a Southeast Asian advocacy fellowship programme on drug policy reform, attended by seven participants from Thailand, Cambodia, the Philippines, Indonesia, and Myanmar. One of the participants, Viona Wijaya from Indonesia, shares her experiences in this article.

  16. No TAV: feeding the fire of resistance in northern Italy

    Frank Barat
    21 November 2017
    Article

    The decades-old struggle of the No TAV movement in northern Italy is an inspiration to environmentalist and anti-capitalist movements worldwide.

  17. A New Politics of Liberation

    Laura Flanders
    15 November 2017
    Multi-media

    A hundred years after the Russian Revolution of 1917 and almost ten years after the financial crisis, TNI brought together leading activists and researchers in South Africa to talk about alternatives to both soviet-style socialism and Wall Street style financial capitalism. This video produced by the Laura Flanders Show shares the voices and perspectives of those articulating an inspiring new politics.

  18. A message from different national groups towards the WFFP General Assembly

    World Forum of Fisher Peoples
    15 November 2017
    Multi-media

    In preparation of the World Forum of Fisher People General Assembly.

  19. Refugees welcome grafitti

    Europe's offensive against people helping refugees

    Ben Hayes, Frank Barat
    09 November 2017
    Article

    Three years ago, EU leaders praised its citizens for their efforts to welcome refugees. Why are they now criminalising those who show solidarity?

  20. The treaty on transnational corporations and human rights enters “negotiation mode”

    08 November 2017
    Article

    A treaty on transnational corporations (TNCs) and human rights moved a step closer during the latest meeting of the UN working group on human rights and transnational corporations, despite challenges from the EU and the US.

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