The Intersessional Round in the News

January 30, 2012: Obama's Free Trade Agreement: Backdoor Deal with Corporate America? (link to

Intersessional Intellectual Property negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Free Trade Agreement
Los Angeles, USA (January 31-February 4, 2012)


January 30, 2012: Teach-in: Public Interest Organizations Address Closed-Door Negotiations of International intellectual Property Agreement, University of Southern California

January 30, 2012: Panel:The Trans-Pacific FTA: "NAFTA of the Pacific?"

February 1, 2012: Rally outside the negotiation site, Sofitel Hotel, Los Angeles



January 30, 2012: Webcast of stakeholders' TPFTA & IP briefing, University of Southern California (link to - Public Citizen's Peter Maybarduk speaks about IP and access to medicines at 1:33:15

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