Trade & investment policy

Peter Fuchs – Executive Board, Trade and Investment Policy
Tel.: +49 – (0)30 – 540 324 33
E-mail: Peter.Fuchs(at)

Alessa Hartmann – Trade and Investment Policy
Tel: +49 – (0)30 – 278 756 32
E-mail: Alessa.Hartmann(at)

News / Events / Publications

New publication: Investment Protection in CETA: A critical analysis by PowerShift, Campact & TTIP-Unfairhandelbar

Cover_ps-camp-ttip-unfair-Analysis-InvestmentCETA-2016PowerShift, Campact & TTIP-Unfairhandelbar (Ed.): Investment Protection in the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA): a critical analysis
CETA investment chapter and ISDS process a massive extension of investor privileges on both sides of the Atlantic. Briefing Paper, Berlin, May 12th, 2016.

Free download: Powershift / Campact / TTIP_Unfairhandelbar (Ed.): Investment Protection in CETA: A critical analysis_May2016-final

The …

Publication: Investment Protection in TTIP – how the European Commission refuses to change the system


Publication: Investment protection in TTIP: the European Commission refuses to change the system

This publication by Malte Marwedel offers an analysis of the European Commission’s proposals of 12th November 2015 about investment protection in TTIP and describes how the European Commission in its proposals aimes at justifying the massive expansion of global investment protection. You can find the whole analysis …

S2B Hosting Webinars on Regulatory Cooperation

Veranstalterkreis Webinars Regulatory Cooperation

Webinars on Regulatory Cooperation in TTIP – Part 1: General information and introduction


Date: Thursday, 19th November, 5 – 6:30 pm (CET)

Target group: Activists and campaigners

Registration via: GotoWebinar

The Seattle to Brussels Network and its members PowerShift, Corporate Europe Observatory and the Forum Umwelt und Entwicklung are hosting a series of Webinars on the much disputed …

The ISDS files

Rote Punkte auf einer Weltkarte zeigen an, über welche ISDS-Fälle in den "The ISDS Files" gesprochen wird.

Title: ISDS - Corporate weapong against public policies worldwide is showing smoking gun and a globe hit by a bullet falling overVideos & Visuals against Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS):

ISDS is a mechanism engraved in (bilateral) investment treaties or an investment chapter of trade agreements which allows multinational corporations to sue governments in ad hoc tribunals. It is an extrajudicial system with special privileges and rights just for one class: Foreign investors, giving them more power relatively to citizens and governments. …