Do the CETA CHECK!Do the CETA CHECK: Ask Members of the European Parliament about the planned free trade agreement between the EU and Canada (CETA). Let’s remove the secrecy behind CETA and bring the discussion out into the open! Click here to learn more…



The Six Lies of CETA and TTIP

Manipulation and disinformation of the public by the creators of TTIP is slowly reaching the same level of shenanigans we saw in the Brexit campaign. With a mix of promises of salvation, threats of economic loss and defamation of all those who critique TTIP and CETA.

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To serve with lemon: CetaChecking Marian Marinescu MEP

  by Luminita Dejeu & Roxana Pencea-Bradatan at   As part of the CETACheck campaign we complement web-based activities with personal visits to MEPs. So far this has been a great experience and truly revealing. Meeting and talking to your MEP shows that you are following their work and the dialogue helps you make an assessment […]

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The Commission of Illusionists

The decision of the Commission to propose CETA as a ‘mixed’ agreement – meaning that it requires ratification by all national parliaments – generated mixed feelings. On the one hand civil society could breathe a small but important sigh of relief after a long and hard-fought battle and on the other, free-trade fundamentalists criticised the Commission’s proposal as ‘political’.

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We the people? Right-wing opposition to TTIP – some necessary comments

Austria’s narrowly defeated right-wing presidential candidate Hofer announced, stopping TTIP would be one of his priorities. In France, the only major political party opposed to TTIP is Front National. Germany’s AfD is a vocal TTIP critic, too. In the US, Donald Trump vehemently opposes free trade agreements of all sorts. Globalization critics on the right wing, what does that mean?

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About the campaign

About Stop TTIP

We are an alliance of more than 500 European organisations running campaigns and actions against TTIP and CETA. We believe that these two trade and investment agreements must be stopped because they pose a threat to democracy, the rule of law, the environment, health, public services as well as consumer and labour rights.

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Short Introduction

This short introduction gives you the main arguments why TTIP and CETA are a threat to so many things we value and need – in less than five minutes.

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TTIP & CETA in detail

Trade agreements are very complex and can sometimes be difficult to understand. If you are looking for some detailled information on TTIP and CETA, have a look at our answers to some of the most important questions!

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Background reading

Over the past years, a lot of in-depth research has been done on TTIP and CETA. In order to help you find your way through all these informations we have assembled a list of some of the most important sources, which are definitely worth having a look at!

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TTIP & CETA – A one-way street of liberalisation
What is the Transatlantic Trade Investment Partnership?
CETA: An assault on democracy
Suing the state: hidden rules within the EU-US trade deal (7'35 min)
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