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category international | anti-capitalism | other press author Tuesday October 02, 2007 19:19author by Chris Murray Report this post to the editors

Highlight on Japan FTAS And Burma

The monthly Isis Women e- newsletter is just released with its focus on International
Women's Rights and Issues. Generally these are related to trade and its effects on
indigenous communities as well as journalism that encompasses huge regions
around the Pacific Basin and further afield. This Month's blog section is studying the
Japan-Chile, Japan-Thailand FTAS (Free Trade Agreements) and how Japanese
corps are buying legal rights over biodiversity in developing nations- or 'biopiracy"
Movements Within
Movements Within

There is a set of Links and articles on the Japanese Biopiracy story :-

http://www.grain.org/articles/?id=29

The microorganism assets of the corporations will be owned when patent registrations are completed.

http://www.bilaterals.org

The Photessays and CIM blog reports on the Burmese situation (including timeline)

http://www.altsean.org/Reports/MonksvsSPDC.php
http://www.altsean.org/Photogalleries/ProtestsMap.php

Colombia:- http://www.ifex.org/en/content/view/full/86349

The attacks on the Badi Community in Nepal:-

http://www.kantipuronline.com/holnews.php?&nid=121890

Related Link: http://europeanfeministforum.org

Japanese FTAS
Japanese FTAS

author by C Murraypublication date Sun Feb 17, 2008 11:05author address author phone Report this post to the editors

http://www.isiswomen.org/index.php?option=com_content&t...d=204

Event coverage and news includes the GK3 meeting in Malaysia.
UNESCO launching a community radio tech manual
The Aftermath of the Kenya elections which is also featured in the actions page of Amnesty International.

Women in Action and the WE! bulletins can be subscribed online.

http://www.isiswomen.org also contributes to gender reform programmes with ACP
countries at the UN , this is envisaged as the ability of National Governments to prove
in measurable terms the amelioration of women's conditions in relation to international
rights and treaties.

 
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