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alt-WTO: another world is possible


alt-WTO: another world is possible

The weekend before the World Trade Organisation meets in Mexico, alt-WTO will be held in Wellington. alt-WTO is a gathering to introduce the issues surrounding the WTO, and encourage discussion of resistance and alternatives to the WTO, 'trade liberalisation', and the neo-liberal agenda.

Friday 5th of September - 7:00PM-10:30PM

7:00PM The WTO in context - Bill Rosenburg 8:30PM 'Visions of the Left' Debate

Saturday 6th of September - 9:30AM-5:00PM

Topics during the day include:

'Free Trade' and South America Alternatives to the WTO WTO and Sovereignty The Great Trade Debate What have we learnt from the anti-globalisation movement?

Venue: Thistle Hall, Cuba Street, Wellington Cost: koha

If you have any questions about the organisation of the event or suggestions, please contact John Anderson.

email: john@eclectic.org.nz

alt-WTO is sponsored by Wellington Branch of the Alliance.

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