Bilateral Investment Treaties

Bilateral Investment Treaties (BITs) are agreements between governments designed to protect investors and their investments. They are heavily biased in favour of investors, challenging governments' ability to decide policy in areas like health, energy, water and climate change . The most dangerous provision is for companies to sue states for millions, often billions of dollars. We are calling for an end to this system.

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1 Take action: trade justice in the UK
2 The Case for Reform of UK BITs - MP Briefing
3 Investment Agreement Advocacy Guide
4 Worried about UK BITs? TJM launches new report
5 ISDS arbitrator on human rights & investment
6 Worried about your BITs? Short briefing
7 Campaigners tell Cable to take ISDS out of Canada deal
8 TJM says no to ISDS
9 Stop UK-Colombia Deal
10 Worried about your BITs?

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