[fse-esf] seminar proposals
mbenyik at freemail.hu
Mon Jan 2 10:15:43 CET 2006
Dear Yannis Almpanis,
The Seattle to Brussels (S2B) Network has revised the previously submitted
thematic proposals and I am sending you pasted herebelow as well as in
attachment the plenary/seminar/workshop proposals covered by the 16 themes:
1. After the Hong Kong WTO-Summit: stopping the EU's corporate
led trade agenda (as PLENARY)
2. Trade and unemployment (as PLENARY)
3. Undemocratic nature of EU decision making on trade, EU trade
policy, mandate, institutions (133 Committee), Constitution (as SEMINAR)
4. Stop GATS-negotiations: a threat to public services and workers'
right (as SEMINAR)
5. WTO and food security (GMOs), agriculture, sustainability (as
6. Protection of livelihoods, jobs and the environment: Stop the Non
Agricultural Market Access Negotiations at the WTO. (as WORKSHOP)
7. WTOplus agreements by EU, new issues (like investment) (as
PLUS ONE CAMPAIGN ASSEMBLY/WORKSHOP on the EU's corporate trade agenda:
civil society startegies after Hong Kong (This would be for NGOs and social
movements to share information on pan-European and national campaigns and to
I would like to inform you that the Seattle to Brussels (S2B) network has
set up an ESF Working Group, the coordination
is done by:
1.) Alexandra Wandel , Trade, Environment and Sustainability (TES) Programme
Co-ordinator, Friends of the Earth Europe
e-mail address: alexandra.wandel at foeeurope.org
2.) Alessandro Pelizzari , ATTAC Switzerland
e-mail address: alessandro.pelizzari at unifr.ch
3.) Matyas Benyik, ATTAC Hungary
e-mail addresses: mbenyik at freemail.hu or mbenyik at freestart.hu
I, the undersigned, am going to the Vienna EPA to participate in the
Programme WG on Thursday, 5th January 2006.
Hoping to see you there.
Looking forward to meeting you personally,
ESF Coordinator of S2B Nertwork
----- Original Message -----
From: "Yannis Almpanis" <yannisalmpanis at hotmail.com>
To: <fse-esf at lists.fse-esf.org>
Sent: Tuesday, December 27, 2005 5:56 PM
Subject: [fse-esf] seminar proposals
> Dear all,
> A meeting of a working group of the Greek Program Commitee was held today.
> The group has examined the seminar proposals as they are prepesented in
> the ESF Workplace site. Until now:
> 1. We have 62 seminar proposals.
> 2. There are no proposals for three thematic areas (Women, Agriculture,
> Economic policies in Europe).
> 3. There is a proposition to open a new thematic area about urban
> 4. It is obvious that a number of seminar proposals are similar and
> therefore they could be merged.
> The last group's meeting before the EPA is on the January 3. So we woul
> like to ask all the people to put forward their proposals in order to have
> a first clear picture in Vienna.
> Best regards
> Yannis Almpanis
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