Free Trade or Self-Reliance
Report of the Ecumenical Conference on Free Trade, Self-Reliance and Economic Justice

Publisher:  GATT-Fly
Year Published:  1987
Pages:  45pp   ISBN:  0-9692334-1-X
Library of Congress Number:  HF1766.E28 1987   Dewey:  382'.971'073
Resource Type:  Pamphlet
Cx Number:  CX24450

Report on a conference held February 26 - March 1, 1987.


Table of Contents:

Opening Forum:
Free Trade- The Only Alternative by Barry Turner- M.P. Ottawa-Carleton
The Case Against Free Trade by Duncan Cameron- Department of Politcal Science, University of Ottawa
Alternatives to Free Trade by John Dillon- GATT-Fly
Sectoral Perspectives on Free Trade:
Jobs, Manufacturing Threatened by Sam Gindin- Assistant to the President, Canadian Auto Workers Union
Forest Industries and Free Trade by Garry Worth- Secretary, Local 10, Pulp, Paper & Woodworkers of Canada and Western Vice President, Confederation of Canadian Unions
What the Cartoonists are Saying About Free Trade by Nancy Riche - Executive Vice President, Canadian Labour Congress
Free Trade in Services Will Harm Women by Marjorie Cohen - Vice President, National Action Committee on The Status of Women
Farmers and the Struggle to Survive by Raye-Anne Briscoe - Ontario Regional Director, National Farmers Union
The Canadian Drug Bill- A First Taste of Free Trade by Luciano Calenti- Chairman, Canadian Drug manufacturers' Association
International Perspective of Free Trade:
Free Trade- A Mexican Perspective by Heberto Castillo - President, Mexican Workers Party and Deputy of the Mexican Congress
Ethical and Theological Reflections on Free Trade:
Economics Versus Social Values by Michael Beaudin- Department of Theology, University of Montreal
No Middle Ground by Mary Boyd- Director, Social Action Commission, Diocese of Charlottetown
Self Reliant Alternatives to Free Trade :
Self Reliance in Canada by Bill Luttrell- GATT-Fly
An Alternative Social Policy by Jean Swanson
Self Reliance for Canadian Agriculture by Marie Burge- Cooper Institute
Alternatives for Fisheries by Hasse Lindblad- President, maritime Fishermen's Union
Response to GATT-Fly on Self Reliance by Cy Gonick - Chairperson, Economics Dept., University of Manitoba
GATT Will Get Us Too- The Implications of Multilateral Free Trade
International Perspectives on Alternatives:
Alternatives - A Mexican Perspective by Herman Castillo- President, Mexican Workers Party and Deputy of the Mexican Congress
Ethical and Theological Reflections on Alternatives:
Ethical Reflections on Free Trade and Self Reliance by Chris Lind - Professor of Church and Society, St.Andrew's College, Saskatoon
Reflections on the Struggle for Liberation by Gisele Ampleman - Centre de pastorale en milieu ouvrier
Conference Statement

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