Action Days

General introduction

TTIP covers many issues that impact citizens across the EU and USA. In this section you'll find articles, analysis and opinion pieces covering a range of concerns, themes and issues. Use the filter buttons to choose particular themes or languages.

27 October 2016

“CETA or we are doomed”? We don't buy it.

Plucky little Wallonia might be making headlines this week, but free trade deals are causing upset across the western world. And with good reason. more

21 September 2016

Legal doubt, political concerns, overshadow CETA-TTIP ahead of Bratislava Summit

Less than half of EU countries pen letter of support for both deals as TTIP set to be put on ice more

26 April 2016

European mayors, councillors sign statement against new generation trade deals

Barcelona Declaration calls for suspension of TTIP, TiSA talks, and to halt CETA ratification more

19 November 2015

The many faces of TTIP in Romania

A well-informed group of campaigners is working hard to expose TTIP, despite the odds and opposition more

29 October 2015

How TTIP threatens to trade away Scotland's democratic powers – and how we’re determined to stop it

Little point in Scotland winning more powers from Westminster only to let TTIP take them away and hand them to big business argues Liz Murray more

07 October 2015

Self-organised ECI reaches 3 million signatures!

Greens join in celebrating huge milestone for citizen engagement against TTIP, CETA more

10 April 2015

Join the Global Day of Action against TTIP, CETA and TiSA!

On Saturday 18 April 2015 citizens take to the streets to protest against secret corporate deals more

03 December 2014

TTIP Talks: What's Cooking?

Producers of good food and farming practices need to keep a keen eye on the EU-US talks more

11 November 2014

ECI coalition takes fight to European Court of Justice

Campaign climbing toward 1 million signatures as court case filed more

22 September 2014

The ECI rejection: a silver-lining on a dark cloud?

The Commission’s own-goal may only serve to bolster citizens’ determination more

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