Oregon Fair Trade Campaign invites folks in Portland to a Global Justice Committee meeting — a reboot of Portland Jobs with Justice’s regular global-justice-oriented organizing hub. Since this is a kind of relaunch, coming to this first meeting means joining an open discussion of what the group should take on. Trade will certainly be a focus. Work with us on this and other global-solidarity concerns!
Wed., February 28 from 7 to 9pm at 2249 E Burnside St.
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For Immediate Release May 6, 2016 Clinton and Sanders Oppose “Lame Duck” Vote on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Portland, Ore. — Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton voiced opposition to lame duck consideration of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), saying the proposed twelve-nation pact … Continue reading
Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) is currently deciding whether to join Republicans in cosponsoring “Fast Track” legislation that would allowing pending trade agreements like the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) to be rushed through Congress, circumventing ordinary review, amendment and debate procedures. Modern … Continue reading
ORFTC brought over a busload of volunteer organizers to the historic Cross-Border Organizing Summit & Rally against the Trans-Pacific Partnership taking place along the U.S./Canada border in Blaine, Washington on Saturday, December 1. [Check out photos on our Facebook page.] … Continue reading
As trade negotiators rush to complete the massive new Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Free Trade Agreement, we need your help encouraging our elected officials to stand up and declare an end to business-as-usual trade policy. Please email Senators Wyden and Merkley now and … Continue reading
Despite overwhelming opposition by a wide range of labor, environmental, family farm, consumer, faith and human rights organizations in the United States and abroad, Congress passed the Korea, Panama and Colombia Free Trade Agreements on October 12 — and the pacts were quietly signed by President Obama … Continue reading
As part of the global days of action against the new World Trade Organization (WTO) Ministerial, thousands of people from across the Pacific Northwest converged in downtown Portland on December 5th to speak out against the proposed expansion of failed … Continue reading
In March 2009, the Oregon Fair Trade Campaign and Cross Border Labor Organizing Commission led a delegation of trade activists to Mexico to examine the topic of cross-border opposition to NAFTA. Delegates met with small farmers, labor leaders, community organizers … Continue reading
UPDATES: Sign up for free monthly trade updates with THE OREGON FAIR TRADE MONITOR VOTING RECORDS: Check out where your elected officials stand on trade policy: Voting Records on Trade for Oregon’s Senators & Representatives SUPPORT ORFTC: Become an individual … Continue reading
For Immediate Release August 5, 2011 PORTLAND, Ore. — Upwards of a hundred people attended the Oregon Fair Trade Campaign’s first-ever “Fair Trade Chocolate & Northwest Beer Fest” last night at the Record Room in east Portland. At the event, … Continue reading