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The Great Take Over How we fight the Davos capture of global governance

Tuesday 26th january The Transnational Institute (TNI) realized "The Great Take Over How we fight the Davos capture of global governance" webinar.

The full webinar is available on Youtube here.

This Webinar addressed the ongoing take over of corporate capture and privatization of global governance. From a multi-sectoral perspective, key movements and sectors (Health, Food, Education, Environment, High Tech) shared their struggles, strategies and common challenges.

The panelists were: Harris Gleckman, Senior Fellow, Center for Governance and Sustainability, UMass-Boston, formerly UN Center on TNCs (USA)
; Mary Ann Manahan, Beyond Development Global Working Group/Ghent University, (Belgium & Philippines); Saul Vicente, International Indian Treaty Council -IITC (Mexico)
; Leticia Paranhos Menna de Oliveira, FOEI (Brasil); Vernor Munoz, Global Education Campaign (Costa Rica)

Other materials – Power Points; Slides, articles and reports from the co-organiser movements and organisations is available here: https://www.tni.org/en/article/week-of-activities-peoples-vs-corporate-power

 The Webinar was presented in a dynamic and participatory format, an Open Forum fields the questions and comments from the floor. The Webinar concluded with an invitation to join the process of mobilization and Political Action during 2021. In fact, we want to ask your active support for the demands of the Open Letter – with organizational and individual signatures - open till April 15th.

We will be counting on your wide distribution in your networks and circles. We aim to work with the demands of the Signed On/Open Letter in the run-up to the World Economic Forum (WEF), which is scheduled for May in Singapore.

Link English and Spanish: https://www.tni.org/en/article/week-of-activities-peoples-vs-corporate-power#h2