IN THE NEWS

Police Non-Violence a Break From the Past Utne
September 2003
Africa 'elated' at WTO results The Washington Times
September 18, 2003
WTO Tries To Pick Up The Pieces CBS News
September 16, 2003
WTO failure aids farmers The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
September 16, 2003
Defeat for U.S.; win for farmers GoMemphis
September 16, 2003
Global talks on trade raked as 'one-sided' The DesMoines Register
September 16, 2003
Farmers, pushing for fair trade, delight in death of WTO talks Austin American-Statesman
September 16, 2003
Editorial: WTO loses; farmers win The Capital Times
September 16, 2003
First Cancún, Then Washington The Nation
September 15, 2003
WTO talks fail to address worker issues Workday Minnesota
September 15, 2003
Symposium spotlights fair practice Arizona Republic
September 14, 2003
At trade summit, much of the buzz is on agriculture Miami Herald
September 10, 2003
Cancun Dispatch No. 2 ENN
September 10, 2003
Tight Security As WTO Meets CBS News
September 10, 2003
WTO trade summit focusing on agriculture this time MenaFN
September 9, 2003
Fair Trade Fair & Symposium about.com
September 9, 2003
Tom Turner, Earthjustice Grist Magazine
September 9, 2003
Make 'free trade' fair The Baltimore Sun
September 9, 2003
'Fair trade' on display Worldwide Faith News
September 9, 2003
Developing nations have little hope for trade forum Food First
September 7, 2003
Developing nations have little hope for trade forum The Arizona Republic
September 7, 2003
Why cover Cancun on NewFarm.org? NewFarm.org
September 5, 2003
Realizarán feria y simposio sobre comercio justo, alterno a la reunión ministerial LaJornada
August 29, 2003
Granjeros de EU buscan alianza contra cárteles agroindustriales LaJornada
August 29, 2003
Trading in empty rhetoric . . . Chicago Tribune
August 15, 2003
Making Trade Fair SocialFunds.com
August 14, 2003
The BBC's Nicola Carslaw reports - Kuapa Kokoo BBC
Stark wants government to serve fair trade coffee Plan would help farmers hurt by price collapse San Francisco Chronicle
July 29, 2003
Squeezed to the last drop
Coffee farmers deserve fair trade, not famine.
The Washington Post
November 29, 2002