EU Investment Policy

Myths and risks of the EU-Myanmar Investment Protection Agreement

Download the policy brief Myths and risks of the EU-Myanmar Investment Protection Agreement is published by Transnational Institute, Paung Ku, KESAN, Myanmar Alliance for Transparency and Accountability (MATA), Land in Our Hands (LIOH) network, CIDSE, MISEREOR, Info Birmanie, Secours...
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S2B position on the European Commission proposal for a multilateral ISDS mechanism

ISDS at a dangerous crossroads S2B position on the European Commission proposal for a multilateral investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) mechanism Globalisation is at a dangerous crossroads. One path leads to stronger protection for human rights and the environment and...
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EU Investment Policy

Leaked Documents show Five EU Member States shamelessly attempting to quietly institutionalise ISDS throughout Europe

Press Release – Thursday 19th May, 2016 Amsterdam / Berlin / Brussels / Paris / Vienna In an astonishing move which ignores the opinion of millions of citizens who oppose ISDS, the governments of Austria, France, Finland, Germany and...
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EU Investment Policy

Open letter from Myanmar Civil Society on EU-Myanmar investment agreement

Concerns of Myanmar Civil Society on ‘Sustainability Impact Assessment’ (SIA), in support of an investment protection agreement between EU and Myanmar April 5, 2016 Last week, the EU published its ‘Sustainability Impact Assessment (SIA) in support of an investment...
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280 organisations from Europe, Canada and the US denounce the inclusion of investors’ rights in TTIP

Monday 22nd February, 2016 – Ahead of the 12th round of TTIP negotiations, 280 civil society organisations from across Europe, with the support of US and Canadian groups, have called on the European Commission and the United States Trade...
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Statement against Investor Protection in TTIP, CETA, and other trade deals

The undersigned call on the US, the EU, and Canada to exclude any form of Investor-State-Dispute Settlement from the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), from the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) and from all other trade...
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