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NHS campaign guide - International Trade

Could international trade treaties make privatisation permanent? One of OurNHS's key NHS campaigns.

OurNHS
10 December 2013

OurNHS was one of the first media outlets to start covering the EU/US Free Trade Treaty (TTIP) and its impact on health, when we launched back in February 2013. Read OurNHS stories here or see links on the right.

‘A Brave New Transatlantic Partnership’ The Seattle to Brussels Network have produced a briefing on the EU/US Free Trade Agreement - chapter 5 focuses on health.

The Transnational Institute is an alliance of academics and social justice activists focusing particularly on corporate power and trade.

A Stop TTIP group has been set up by Occupy London, which holds regular meetings aimed at informing the public on all aspects of the secretive TTIP agreement.

See if your MP has signed the Early Day Motion here and ask them to sign it if they have not.

Find campaigning tips on our 'Resources - Campaign tools' page here.

 

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