EFFAT and its member organisations welcome Greenpeace Netherlands' release of TTIP documents which have been kept under wraps since the very beginning of the negotiations.
EFFAT will never stop calling for tansparency as the first step to guarantee a free and fair trade. EFFAT stands for an equitable and fair world trade, and will not accept an agreement that considers working people as a cost factor.
Representing millions of workers, EFFAT is asking for a sustainable agreement that will create jobs unlike what this partnership seems to be all about: a huge transfer of democratic power from people to big business which undermines environmental and consumer protection, as well as labour rights.
In order to analyse the impact on employment in agriculture and food, EFFAT is publishing a document on the TTIP's state of play in the two sectors.
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