About Media Trade Monitor

Submitted by john on May 11, 2004.

Media Trade Monitor is a resource pool for information about the impact of global, regional, and bilateral trade agreements on media, culture, and communication. It is meant to help place media, culture, and communication squarely on the agenda of the global justice movement, and to help activists and progressive policymakers successfully fight to keep these sectors out of so-called ‘free trade’ deals, be they global (WTO), regional (FTAA, CAFTA), or bilateral.

Media Trade Monitor is a partnership between Free Press, the International Network for Cultural Diversity (INCD), and the campaign for Communication Rights in the Information Society (CRIS).

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