Round 9: Lima, Peru, October 22-29, 2011


October 20, 2011: Desayuno de Trabajo con Periodistas: "Los riesgos del TPP".  Temas: Acceso a Medicamentos, Inversiones y Derechos, Derechos Laborales. Lugar: Hotel Jose Antonio /Miraflores (RedGE)
(Press Conference on "The risks in the TPP". Topics: Access to Medicines, Investment, Labor Rights)

October 21, 2011: Audiencia Pública en el Congreso de la República. Tema: TLC, Inversiones y Arbitrajes internacionales. Caso de DOE RUN /RENCO Group. Lugar: Congreso de la República, Sala Quiñonez (Centro de Lima). (RUMP/RedMUqui/Cooperaccion). Reunión Pública
(Public Meeting in the Parliament. Topics: FTA, Investment and International arbitration)

October 23, 2011:  Reunión de Steakholders Negociación TPP. Evento Oficial. Diversas presentaciones de los aliados SC (MINCETUR) (Official Stakeholder Forum)

October 25, 2011: Desayuno de Trabajo con Periodistas: "Riesgos del TPP y Acceso a Medicamentos" (Voceros nacionales y expertos internacionales). Lugar: Sala Miramar del Hotel José Antonio Executive.
(Press Conference on "The risks of the TPP and Access to Medicines")

October 25, 2011: Manifestación ante las negociaciones.Plaza de Larco Mar (frente al Marriot).
(Rally outside the site of negotiations, Marriot Hotel)

October 26, 2011: Foro Público: TLC y el Nuevo Gobierno ¿A dónde vamos? Acceso a medicamentos, Derechos Laborales, Inversiones. Auditorio del Hotel San Agustín Exclusive.
(Public Forum on "FTAs and the New Government: "Where are we going?" Access to medicines, Labor rights, Investment)


October 24, 2011-Stakeholder Forum Presentation Paper of Sharon Treat at the Lima Round of Trans-Pacific FTA Negotiations and PowerPoint

October 24, 2011-Stakeholder Forum Presentation of Edward Low (Positive Malaysian Treatment Access and Advocacy Group) at the Lima Round of Trans-Pacific FTA Negotiations

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