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  1. Flower seed

    Staff writer

    Profile
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    Barnet Council urged to talk to staff to improve services

    Tomasz Johnson
    28 April 2009
    In the media
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    Book launch "Corporate conduct & the public interest"

    30 September 2015 - Event

    Book launch "Corporate conduct & the public interest"

  5. Preparing for the UN General Assembly Special Session on the World Drug Problem

    22 July 2015 - Event

    What are the key points of debate for UNGASS? What are the possible outcomes? How can we prepare for this important event?

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    Conference on military bases

    27 February 2009 - Event
  7. People

    11 November 2013

    We present the team of the Transnational Institute

  8. Equipo

    15 October 2013

    Os presentamos al equipo del Transnational Institute

  9. Flower seed

    Harris Gleckman

    Profile

    Harris Gleckman is a senior fellow at the Center for Governance and Sustainability at the University of Massachusetts Boston and Director of Benchmark Environmental Consulting. Gleckman has a PhD in Sociology from Brandeis University. He was a staff member of the UN Centre on Transnational Corporations, head of the NY office of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, and an...

  10. People

    15 June 2015
    The people who make TNI what it is
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    Public spending, public control

    Hilary Wainwright
    05 May 2009
    Article
    Local experiments in public reform are more democratic and cost-effective than the government's centralised bailouts
  12. Annual Report 2013

    02 July 2014
    Annual report

    Every day TNI staff are communicating with allies around the world, providing the information, analysis, network connections and international policy access that social movements need to challenge entrenched power and effect meaningful alternatives. 2013 saw some remarkable breakthroughs. Each one of these breakthroughs was many years in the making. These are Ideas with Impact.

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    Food & Water Watch Launches Affordable, Sustainable Seafood Recipe Contest

    21 September 2009
    Press release

    Today, Food & Water Watch launched the “Frugal Fish” recipe contest, a challenge to savvy cooks to create a seafood dinner for four people that costs $25 or less, using fish recommended in Food & Water Watch’s Smart Seafood Guide.

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