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European local authorities gathered in Barcelona to stand against TTIP, CETA and TiSA, read their declaration and release it. Are you mayor? You can now sign the Barcelona declaration by filling this form:

 

 

In many European countries, local authorities are declaring their worries or refusals regarding the currently negotiated free trade agreements between the European Union and its economic partners:

 

  • The Transatlantic Trade and Investement Partnership with the USA, also called TTIP;

  • The Canada-Europe Trade Agreement with Canada, also called CETA;

  • And the Trade in Services Agreement which is negotiated between 23 countries, also called TiSA.

 

These treaties are paving the way for far-reaching liberalisation. They will jeopardise democratic principles by substantially reducing political space and restricting the scope for public choices via the implementation of the investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) or investment court system (ICS, also called “Zombie ISDS”) and by Regulatory Cooperation processes.

 

In order to respond these unprecedented risks in terms of social, economic, environmental and democratic rights, over 1,500 local authorities in the UK, Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Spain, Italy, Austria, Ireland, Greece, Portugal, Germany and Bulgaria took motions declaring themselves as TTIP/ CETA/ TiSA-free zones or concerned by these treaties.

Today, dozens of millions of European citizens are already living in a TTIP-free zone. But many other are not. That’s why, turning the whole Europe into a TTIP-free zone from the bottom is a now an objective for hundreds of associations, NGOs, trade unions, farmer unions, SMEs umbrella organisations... This website aims to be a tool for citizens, activists, local representatives… across Europe who want to mobilise locally to defeat TTIP, CETA and TiSA.

 

Let’s make Europe a TTIP-free zone!

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CITIZENS' CETA SUMMIT – 19-20 OCTOBER – BRUSSELS

 
At the time of writing, about 2,000 cities and counties declared themselves as TTIP and CETA-free to express their opposition to these toxic trade deals.

 

While the citizens' opposition to TTIP and CETA keeps increasing, governments on both sides of the Atlantic keep remain deaf and blind to their concerns. Next October, CETA (Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement) will be signed by Canada and the European Union during an official CETA Summit.

 

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