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Santa Claude Juncker and TTIP
European Union and USA are negotiating secrectly about the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership treaty, shortly TTIP. It is a sugar coated cake filled with unpleasant surprises.
George Monbiot wrote 5th November 2014 in Guardian:
“On this day a year ago, I was in despair. A dark cloud was rising over the Atlantic, threatening to blot out […]
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UEFA kicks fair trade footballs out
SASK Finland reports that the Union of European Football Associations, UEFA, will not allow a stand displaying fair trade footballs to be brought into its ‘partner display areas’ during the final tournament of the Women’s Euro 2009 championship.
UEFA decision was an unpleasant surprise for the Finnish NGO organisations. The Fair Play – Equal Rules campaign […]