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    The case of the Bilateral Investment Treaty Italy-Colombia

    In 2014, under the new EU Investment Policy, the European Commission authorised member states to open formal negotiations with third countries, to conclude Bilateral investment agreements. Just a few months later, the Italian government asked and obtained permission from the European Commission to negotiate a bilateral investment treaty (BIT) with Colombia. The new Re:Common's briefing "Investment happiness and human rights violations. Read more and download the briefing

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    Let’s Save Malagasy Farmers against new threats to their lands

    The Platform SIF and the Collective TANY – call on for a massive mobilization of citizens around the world and urge you to sign a petition in order that the Malagasy authorities adopt laws which secure the farmers and local communities rights on their lands. Please sign only once the petition available in three languages by using one of the three links below.

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    Au Sénégal, l’accaparement des terres est sur le point d’imploser

    Un nouveau rapport, établi par des chercheurs italiens, montre que le projet controversé de Senhuile, au Sénégal, est au bord de l’effondrement. Le projet, initié par des investisseurs italiens et sénégalais il y a quatre ans pour produire des biocarburants, a provoqué une résistance farouche des communautés affectées par le projet qui s’est soldée par six décès. 

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video – The great nature sale

November 2013. Protest action at the entrance of the World Forum on Natural Capital in Edinburgh. Website: Naturenotforsale.org

Paths Beyond Paris: Movements, action and solidarity towards Climate Justice

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Source: Carbon Trade Watch After over 20 years of international climate change negotiations, talks continue to move further away from identifying the root causes of the climate crisis. These short, sharp articles highlight years of struggle, passion and commitment towards environmental, social and climate justice. The writings found in this booklet are contributions from committed […]

Revoke AGIP operating licence, Friends of the Earth Nigeria tells Nigerian Government

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PRESS RELEASE Friends of the Earth Nigeria / Environmental Rights Action September 14, 2015 ‘Revoke AGIP operating licence,’ Friends of the Earth Nigeria tells Nigerian Government LAGOS, NIGERIA, September 14, 2015 — Friends of the Earth Nigeria / Environmental Rights Action (ERA/FoEN) has demanded a Nigerian Federal Government probe into of explosions caused by Nigerian […]

“Italian Malaffare, European money”

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“Italian Malaffare, European money” Or how the European Union funds Italian infrastructures linked with corruption Italy is the country of bribes, everybody knows that. Even the European Union. Nevertheless, it is not allowed to contradict the mega projects mantra. In particular, there is an institution that never refrains from helping our companies in constructing mega […]