Les syndicats des services publics souhaitent faire entrer les nouveaux accords commerciaux dans le débat public

Original Publication Date: 
16 September, 2014
À l'occasion de l'ouverture du Sommet mondial sur le commerce 2014 de l'Internationale des Services Publics (ISP), qui se tient à Washington, D.C., les dirigeants syndicaux des quatre coins du monde ont révélé aux médias leurs profondes préoccupations au regard des conséquences des politiques commerciales sur les services publics.

La société civile internationale appelle à le développement avant la facilitation du commerce à l’OMC

Delivery date: 
18 July, 2014
La société civile internationale écrivons pour exhorter les membres de l’OMC à conditionner l’entrée en vigueur de l’accord sur la facilitation du commerce (AFC) à la conclusion et la réalisation du mandat de développement des négociations de Doha.

Video: Press Conference, G20 Counter-Summit, St-Petersburg, Sept. 2, 2013

Original Publication Date: 
2 September, 2013

G20 Counter-Summit Press Conference
St-Petersburg, Sept. 2, 2013

With Boris Kagarlitsky (Institute for Globalization and Social Movements, IGSO, Russia), Diana Aguiar (Brazil Network for the Integration of Peoples -REBRIP, Brazil), Kevin Danaher (Global Exchange, USA), Au Loong Yu (China Labor Net, China)

Press Release: G20 Summit and Counter summit in Saint-Petersburg

Original Publication Date: 
26 August, 2013
On the 3-4th of September in St. Petersburg a counter-summit, a large-scale international event that aims to be an alternative to the September G20 Summit and to develop new principles of economic and social policy that are not based on the "Washington Consensus" will be held. The international counter-summit organised by the "Post-globalization" initiative will bring together world-renowned experts, politicians, economists, social scientists from Europe, Asia, Africa, North and South America. In the frames of the counter-summit panel discussions, seminars and public lectures will be held.

Towards G20 Counter-Summit 2013: Conference "The End of Neoliberalism", Kiev

Original Publication Date: 
4 June, 2013

Towards the G20 Counter-Summit in Russia in September 2013, on the 11-12 of June 2013 the conference THE END OF NEOLIBERALISM will take place in Kyiv, involving the leading academics from Western and Eastern Europe, who conduct research on economic and social aspects of globalization. The conference will be held within the international initiative Post-Globalization, supported by the Scientific and Technological Potential and History of Science Research Center of NAS of Ukraine, Confederation of Free Trade Unions of Ukraine, Visual Culture Research Center and Center for Society Research.

Press Release: Post-Globalization Initiative, towards a Counter-Summit on G20

Original Publication Date: 
2 May, 2013

Crash of neoliberal model and hegemony of the USA it was declared during scientific conference in Moscow within the Post-globalization initiative. Participants decided to organize Counter-Summit for G-20 in St. Petersburg. They are sure that it gives an opportunity to form a coalition of movements, non-governmental organizations, labour unions and individuals which are brought together not only by the common need to criticize the “Washington consensus” and current global economic order but also by the common will to design new policies and alternative strategies to overcome the current crisis.

Global Call, Towards a Peoples' Counter-Summit on G20, Russia, Sept. 2013

Original Publication Date: 
25 April, 2013
St-Petersburg, Russia / September 3-4, 2013

Let's build together a
Post-Globalization Alternative to NeoLiberalism !

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.

VIDEOS: International Delegates Presentations, G20 Counter-Summit, Russia

Presentations from a diversity of International Delegates to G20 Counter-Summit, on a variety of G20 related topics.

Press Release / G20 Counter-Summit Conclusions: "What We Need is System Change!"

Social movements and civil society organizations from different parts of the world have met on 3-4 September 2013 in Saint Petersburg, Russia, on the eve of the G20 Summit. With the participation of more than 30 international delegates of world social movements, our G20 Counter-Summit was hosted by the Post-Globalization Initiative.

Five years after the financial meltdown, the G20 continues promoting failed neoliberal policies, forcing austerity measures in countries facing deep recession and social crisis. During this period a vast architecture of impunity was built to serve the interests of transnational capital.

Video: Bridge between Moscow and Brussels / Linking our Campaigning Against Corporate Power and to Stop Impunity

Technological Bridge between the G20 Counter-Summit international participants gathered in Moscow and the European Parliament Event "Advancing a new regulatory regime for Transnational Corporations and Investment: Towards An International Peoples’ Treaty", Sept. 5, 2013

Press Coverage: G20 Counter-Summit, St-Petersburg, Russia

Series of links to TV and Radio Coverage of the G20 Counter-Summit, and to written articles published online.

VIDEOS G20 Counter-Summit: OPENING / Resisting Global Corporate Governance: Voices For System Change

G20 Counter-Summit, St-Petersburg, Russia

OPENING: Resisting Global Corporate Governance: Voices For System Change

"What we need is system change!" / G20 Counter-Summit Final Declaration, St-Petersburg, Russia (Sept. 2013)

St Petersburg, 4 September 2013

Social movements and civil society organizations from different parts of the world have met on 3 -4 September 2013 in Saint Petersburg, Russia, on the eve of the G20 Summit and in a context of the threat by the United States of America (USA) to attack Syria. With the participation of more than 30 international delegates of world social movements, our G20 Counter-Summit, was hosted by the Post-Globalization Initiative.

VIDEOS: G20 Counter-Summit, Opening Conference: "G20 and the Global Crisis on the Eve of an Attack Against Syria", Sept. 3, 2013

G20 Counter-Summit, Opening Conference: "G20 and the Global Crisis on the Eve of an Attack Against Syria", Sept. 3, 2013

With Samir Amin (Third World Network/Egypt-France), Dorothy Guerrero (Focus on the Global South/?hailand), Hanny van Geel (Via Campesina/Netherlands), Pedro Paez (Head of the Antimonopoly Service of Ecuador), Edgardo Lander (Universidad Central de Venezuela, Venezuela) and Boris Kagarlitsky (Institut for Globalization and Social Movements, Russia).

G20 Counter-Summit: Statement Against Military Intervention in Syria

Social organizations from all over the world have come together in St. Petersburg, Russia, September 3-4, 2013, to hold accountable the policies of the G-20 group of industrial nations and their failure to effectively address the critical issues of growing global inequality, financial crisis, environmental destruction and military conflicts.

G20 Counter-Summit program, St-Petersburg, Russia

Venue: International Business Center (www.spbmdc.ru), St. Petersburg, naberezhnaja Reki Smolenki 2, Metro Vasileostrovskaya


10.00 – 12.00 – Registration, book-bazaar (books of speakers and their organizations) and photography exhibition