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|Transnational Capital vs People's Resistance|
A special edition of the 'Latin America in Movement' magazine discusses the international call to action towards building together a global campaign to dismantle corporate power and impose binding obligations on transnational corporations at the global level. Compiled by America Latina en Movimiento.
19th October 2012 - Published by Transnational Institute
This special edition of ALAI’s “Latin America in Movement” magazine examines in great detail how transnational capital functions: the sectors it operates in, the globalised logic it follows, the structure of its promiscuous relations with public authorities at all levels, the magnitude of its abuses and its social, economic and environmental irresponsibility. In the following pages, the scope of its power and the challenge we, the people, have before us emerge very clearly.
Published for Rio+20 in June 2012.
Curbing the Corporations: Who? How? When?
Lex Mercatoria : New Global Corporate Law
The Green Economy and Corporations
Corporate Capture of the European Union
Fight for Our Future: The Time for Food Sovereignty is Now!
TNCs and the Extractive Industries
Resistance in the Oilfields of Nigeria
Canada's Modern Day
Pharmaceutical TNCs Rewrite National Laws
Struggles for the Right to Water
Europe: The Defence of Water as a Commons
Asia: Water Citizenship, Democracy and Resistance
In the Defence of Water: The Rising Tide in the Americas
Energy and the World Bank+20
A Threat to Global Financial Stability
Investment Agreements: a Key Component of TNC impunity
|Climate Change & Environment|
|Global Financial Crisis|
|Global Conflicts & Militarization|
|IMF, World Bank & Trade|
|Poverty & Inequality|
|Aid, Debt & Development|
|The UN, People & Politics|
|Food Security & Agriculture|
|Health, Education & Shelter|
|Land, Energy & Water|
|Economic Sharing & Alternatives|