Trade 4 People

International Days of Action

October 10 - 17, 2015

On the International Days of Action we want to send out a loud and clear signal against four trade and investment deals that threaten our democratic rights, food sovereignty, jobs and the environment. These agreements are TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, between the US and EU), TPP (Transpacific Partnership, between the US, Canada and various Asian countries), TiSA (Trade in Services Agreement, numerous parties) and CETA (Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, between the EU and Canada). To find out more, please read our Call to Action and refer to the texts and videos in the resources section.

On the map above, you can see where activities are taking place on and around the Days of Action (10 - 17 October 2015). Is there anything planned near you? If yes, join in. If not, organise your own event and add it to the map (click on the “+” symbol). You can find a number of suggested activities here.

Overview and context of the Days of Action:

6 October: The signature collection for the self-organised European Citizens’ Initiative against TTIP and CETA ends. So far, more than 2.5 million signatures have been collected. If you haven’t signed yet, please do so at https://stop-ttip.org.
10 October: Main day of activities - decentralised events and protests in most countries. Large rallies in some EU Member States such as Germany and the Netherlands.
13 - 17 October: No TTIP Camp, Brussels, Belgium
14 October: US Day of Action on Climate
15 - 17 October: Protests in Brussels against the EU Summit and arrival of European Marches

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Call to Action

Trade for the benefit of people not corporations!

Stop TTIP, CETA, TiSA and the TPP! No to the corporate power grab!
TTIP = EU-US trade deal | CETA = EU-Canada trade deal | TiSA = Trade in Services Agreement | TPP = Transpacific trade deal

We, civil society organisations, trade unions, farmers and grassroots activists from both sides of the Atlantic oppose TTIP, CETA, TiSA and TPP. These sinister trade deals threaten our democracy, public services, and social & environmental standards, and jeopardise small-scale quality farming, food and pharmaceutical standards, the indispensable energy transition, and our right and ability to change society for the better. The beneficiaries of these agreements are the big corporations who designed and lobbied for them, not citizens.

In Europe, the movement against TTIP and CETA has grown massively over the past two years. On 6 October, the European Citizens’ Initiative against TTIP and CETA will complete its year with over 2.5 million signatories. To celebrate this success and reinforce our demands, we will take to the streets on 10 October. At the same time, thousands will march across Europe, converge in Brussels to block the October 15 EU Summit, and say no to austerity, poverty and TTIP.

In North America, Latin America, and the Pacific people are organizing to defeat the TransPacific Partnership (TPP) likely to be completed later this year or in early 2016. Citizens in the US will be bypassed: Barack Obama was recently granted the power to Fast Track these secret deals through the US Congress. However, people in all of the TPP countries are coming together like never before for a concerted escalation to stop corporate globalization and build political, economic, and social relations based on justice, not greed.

Across the Atlantic, we have seen over the last decades a massive transfer of power from the public to private interests, a push for economic and financial liberalisation, growing inequalities, poverty and environmental destructions. TTIP, CETA, TiSA and TPP are attempts to make these erroneous decisions irreversible. Our struggle to stop these secret deals therefore resonates with social movements resisting austerity, fighting for climate and social justice.

From October 10 to 17, join marches, mass demonstrations or organize local actions all over Europe and North America. Stop TTIP, CETA, TiSA and the TPP! No to the corporate power grab!

We fight for equality, social and labour rights, climate justice and real democracy.
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  • Groups are welcome to translate, adapt and change the call for their own mobilization.
  • Groups are also welcome to choose a different day of the week if more appropriate for their local campaign.