Archive - Mar 31, 2006 - Article

Note about MOP3 and COP8 outcomes

Original Publication Date: 
30 March, 2006
The Brazilian Forum of NGOs and Social Movements for the Environment and the Development (FBOMS) highlights during the Third Meeting of the Parties (MOP3) of the Protocol of Cartagena on Biossafety and the Eighth Conference of the Parties (COP8) of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) the initiatives of civil society, with continuous mobilizations of Via Campesina and the activities of the Global Civil Society Forum.

Social movements and NGOs characterize the debate on MOP3 and COP8: Multilateral system in dispute

Original Publication Date: 
30 March, 2006
The Brazilian Forum of NGOs and Social Movements for the Environment and the Development (FBOMS) highlights during the Third Meeting of the Parties (MOP3) of the Protocol of Cartagena on Biossafety and the Eighth Conference of the Parties (COP8) of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) the initiatives of civil society, with continuous mobilizations of Via Campesina and the activities of the Global Civil Society Forum.

U.S. Rejects Africans' Cotton Proposal, Calls for Same 'Ambition' on

Original Publication Date: 
30 March, 2006
The United States March 27 rejected a proposal from African countries calling for cuts of at least 82 percent in U.S. cotton subsidies.

ALL WTO protestors leave Hong Kong free of charge!

Original Publication Date: 
30 March, 2006
It has been well over 3 months since the final day of the WTO's MC6 here in Hong Kong. However, for those of us on the street voicing our opposition to the WTO, our struggle in Hong Kong did not finish with the end of the conference.