Yet other attempts to further liberalise trade through WTO negotiations

WIDE+ joined 341 organizations of civil society from over 100 countries of the global North and South to urge states to substantially turnaround the negotiations in the WTO in advance of the December Ministerial in Nairobi. Global trade policy must…

WIDE+ joins global statement: not to the Post-2015 Development Agenda becoming a new vehicle for privatization

26 June, 2015 Transnational companies are not accountable to binding treaties for their role in human rights abuses, while some private sector actors are responsible for a range of systemic human rights abuses. At the same time the push for…

A request to WTO to extend waiver for pharmaceutical products

As civil society organizations concerned with ensuring prompt availability of affordable medicines in Least Developed Countries (LDCs) we call on World Trade Oorganization (WTO) Members to unconditionally accord the LDC Group an extension of the transition period with respect to…