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WTO + 20 Afternoon Workshop Resources: Climate Change- Selden Prentice  350 Seattle Trade Policy Page Sierra Club information on NAFTA and climate 5 Ways That Trump’s NAFTA Deal Threatens a Green New Deal Beyond NAFTA 2.0: A Trade Agenda for People and Planet Food...

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WTO 20th Anniversary

Join the Washington Fair Trade Coalition and Community Allies on December 7 to reignite the energy from the 1999 WTO protests and build our movement for 20 more years of trade organizing!    Download the flier here! WTO+20 Flyer   Please RSVP for events...

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We Do the Work Radio Show on the new NAFTA

Have you been wondering holds up to the trade just community's demands? Last week the Washington Fair Trade Coalition got to talk with our friends at We Do the Work about exactly what's in the new NAFTA agreement from ISDS to food safety to access to medicines and...

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2018 Washington Fair Trade Coalition Breakfast

Join us at our annual breakfast!    Keynote Speaker: Indira Trejo: How trade policy affects workers, families, and communities and how we can move our work beyond NAFTA (now USMCA)   Wednesday, November 28, 2018 Doors open at 7:30 – Program from 8 to 9:00 AM...

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We’re hiring!

Job posting: Director and Trade Justice Organizer

The Washington Fair Trade Coalition is seeking a talented organizer to direct the coalition’s work on behalf of people and the planet to achieve a fair global trading system.

The Director will be at the center of our campaign to influence NAFTA renegotiation, educating and mobilizing our coalition members and allied groups in these policy debates, securing support from elected officials, and building long-term vision and momentum for fair trade policies that put people and the planet above profits.

Apply today!

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Shine a light on NAFTA Renegotiation!

At this very moment, the public is being shut out of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) negotiations. Meanwhile, hundreds of corporate lobbyists have been given special “cleared advisor” status that gives them privileged access to proposed texts and to the negotiators themselves.

It’s not too late to introduce accountability to the NAFTA renegotiation process. But we have to work together to get Congress to act.


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