Workers Speak Out Against the Trans Pacific Partnership

This video presents a message from workers across the Pacific Rim about the potential negative consequences of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a trade and globalization agreement among 12 countries (Australia, Brunei-Darussalam, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, the United States, and Vietnam). If this agreement puts corporate rights first, workers and their families in all 12 countries could be harmed by downward pressure on wages and labor rights; more polluted air and water; reduced access to life saving medicines; and more powerful corporations influencing our laws and trying to override our voices. We encourage you to learn more about the TPP, share the video, and sign the petition to ask the governments involved to put people first as they work on this deal. Learn more about the TPP here:

http://aflcio.org/fair-tpp

The following labor federations and organizations helped create this video: ACTU (Australia), AFL-CIO (US), CATP (Peru), CGTP (Peru), CLC (Canada), CSD (Canada), CSN (Canada), CUT (Peru), ITUC (International), MTUC (Malaysia), NZCTU (New Zealand), RedGE (Peru), and UNT (Mexico).

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