Markets

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Whether they involve trade agreements or global climate finance deals, the rules governing markets matter. IATP challenges market rules that favor large corporations or financial speculators over small-scale farmers and consumers.

Leaked document reveals US-EU trade agreement threatens public health, food safety

A leaked document released by IATP reveals public health and food safety could be at risk in the U.S.-EU trade agreement, according to an accompanying analysis.

New Farm to Childcare curriculum connects youngest eaters with fresh local fruits and vegetables

IATP's new curriculum helps childcare providers connect children with healthier local foods and the farmers who grow them.

10 reasons TTIP is bad for good food and farming

TTIP is bad for good food and farming around the world and here are 10 reasons why.

Putting Farm to School in students’ hands

IATP’s new high school–level Farm to School Youth Leadership Curriculum.

WTO impasse: Who is looking out for the public good?

The General Council of the WTO (its primary decision-making body) concluded its last meeting before the summer recess yesterday without signing the trade facilitation agreement (TFA).




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