Archive - Sep 29, 2005 - Article

Links to all non-papers in the Services benchmark discussion

Original Publication Date: 
28 September, 2005
Most of these papers are expected to become officially tabled papers in the formal services negotiations

2005 Right Livelihood Awards honour pioneers for justice, fair trade and cultural renewal

Original Publication Date: 
28 September, 2005
Tony Clarke and Maude Barlow receive 2005 Right Livelihood Awards for their exemplary and longstanding worldwide work for trade justice and the recognition of the fundamental human right to water

Press Release: Canadian activists receive ?alternative Nobel prize?

Original Publication Date: 
28 September, 2005
Maude Barlow, National Chair of the Council of Canadians, and Tony Clarke, Director of the Polaris Institute, will be receiving the prestigious Right Livelihood Award (RLA) known worldwide as the

New Zealand GATS offensive in Geneva makes mockery of Doha 'Development' Agenda

Original Publication Date: 
28 September, 2005
New Zealand is one of eight governments (US, EC, Japan, Australia, Switzerland, South Korea and Taiwan) pushing a scheme that would require all countries, rich and poor, to lock open a minimum number of their services to foreign firms