The free trade deal with Canada – the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, or CETA for short, could have considerable side effects for people and public policy making.
This page exposes the toll CETA would take on public health.
MAKING SENSE OF CETA
EPHA’s contribution to PowerShift’s forthcoming third edition of “Making sense of CETA”
What are the solutions?
What should be done? And who should do it?
This is what the Members of the European Parliament and of National Parliaments, the European Commission and the Court of Justice of the European Union can do to make sure CETA becomes a better deal for health.
State of play
What happens now with CETA? What are the next steps?
After the signature of CETA, both national governments and the European Parliament gave their consent to the trade deal. It is now up to the national parliaments of the EU and Canada to ratify the deal.