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outubro 7th

Support proposals from Cochabamba Agreement in climate talks in Tianjin and Cancun! CJN!

During the last Climate Talks in Bonn in August some concrete proposals were
brought to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
(UNFCCC) in order to advance the negotiations to cut the greenhouse gas
emissions in a new and positive way. The main demands of the World Peoples
Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth (Cochabamba, April
2010) have been incorporated in the negotiation text of the Ad Hoc Working Group on
Long-term Cooperation under the UNFCCC.

setembro 30th

Everyone to Seoul to Stop the G20 and the Corporate Agenda! (November 6-12, 2010)

A CALL TO SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND ORGANIZATIONS AROUND THE WORLD
TO PROTEST THE G20 SUMMIT IN SEOUL


20 COUNTRIES ALONE CANNOT DEFINE THE DESTINY OF THE ENTIRE WORLD


FOR SYSTEM CHANGE AND AN END TO BUSINESS AS USUAL, LET'S BUILD ANOTHER WORLD!


THE PEOPLE WILL NOT CONTINUE TO PAY FOR THE CRISIS.


Join the People's Week of Collective Actions in Seoul, November 6 to 12, 2010

setembro 8th

People’s G20 Response Preparation Committee, South Korea Newsletter July, 2010

Original Publication Date: 
1 July, 2010

Dear Colleagues,
The fifth G20 Summit will be held in Seoul on November 11th to 12th. This meeting has grave consequences for the people of Korea and the entire world. The G20 has appointed itself the principal body responsible for finding a solution to the global economic crisis and managing the world economy. Yet it excludes the majority of poor and developing nations from decision-making. It also seeks to make common people shoulder the burden of the crisis and to promote neoliberal policies, which have already created vast poverty and increased inequality. In addition, the South Korean government is using the upcoming summit as an excuse to severely restrict democratic rights and carry out a crackdown on migrants, street vendors and homeless people.

October 1: International Day of Action against pre-Summit attack in South Korea (G20)

On October 1st tell the South Korean government and the world that the G20 Summit is NO EXCUSE for Repression by participating in the International Day of Action against the pre-Summit attack on Democratic and Human Rights in South Korea.