New Internationalist

The Lifebelt

Issue 334

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The Lifebelt!

1 Await announcement: ‘Abandon ship!’
2 If none forthcoming, allow officers to go down with the ship
3 Do not panic – do not cry ‘Anarchy and chaos!’
4 Activate beacon, which will contact the
following organizations:

New Zealand
Gatt Watchdog, PO Box 2450,
Christchurch; Tel: +64 3 381 2951;
E-mail: [email protected]
Australian Fair Trade &
Investment Network (AFTINET)
Public Interest Advocacy Centre,
Level 1, 46-48 York Street,
Sydney 2000;
Tel: + 61 2 9299 7833;
E-mail: [email protected]
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World Development
Movement (WDM)
25 Beehive Place,
London SW9 7QR;
Tel: +44 20 7737 6215;
E-mail: [email protected]
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Council of Canadians
904-251 Laurier St West,
Ottawa, Ont K1P 5J6;
Tel: +1 613 233 2773.
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10 Upper Camden
Street, Dublin 2;
Tel: +353 (0)1 478 3490,
Email: [email protected]
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Public Citizen
1600 20th Street,
NW, Washington DC 20009;
Tel: +1 202 588 1000,
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Third World Network
228 Macalister Road,
10400, Penang, Malaysia;
Tel: +60 4 2266728 / 2266159;
E-mail: [email protected]
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