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Jane Kelsey - Images From Cancun (2)

Images from Professor Jane Kelsey of Cancun. For more background see also…

Prof Jane Kelsey Examines WTO: Where To From Here? - This week, cocooned in the luxury resort of Cancun, Mexico for the fifth ministerial meeting of the World Trade Organisation (WTO), the Caribbean, African and other ‘least developed’ countries told the European Union, United States and Japan that ‘no means no’... See... Reflections On Cancun: Where To From Here?


9. Setting up the defences around the conference Centre, before the meeting (1)


10. Setting up the defences around the conference Centre, before the meeting (3)


11. Defending the meeting, Zero Kilometre


12. Taking down the defences, Zero Kilometre, Wednesday (1)


13. Taking down the defences, Zero Kilometre, Wednesday (2)


14. Taking down the defences, Zero Kilometre, Wednesday (3)

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