Please take some time to fill out the questionnaire for participants of the European Strategy Meeting, May 10 and 11. The questionnaire will provide us a full picture of where campaigners and activists stand and help us to adapt the program according to your needs.

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    Which training would you like to attend?
    Multilateral Investment Court: what’s in the EU proposal, what are possible risks and benefits?CETA: issues, which are relevant for the national ratification battlesOther Free Trade Agreements of the EU (please identify which ones in the next question)

    Are there any specific issues you would like to see covered by the training you choose?

    Which working group would you like to attend May 10 in the afternoon?
    Stopping CETA at the Member States LevelStopping the Multilateral Investment CourtHow do we organize around the broader EU Free Trade Agenda

    Which working group would you like to attend on May 11?
    Democratization of trade policiesClimate friendly and sustainable trade policyTTIP-Free cities and zones and local alternativesDeveloping a new narrative against both the far right and the neoliberalsFood Sovereignty friendly trade policy

    A different one (please specify)


    What did we achieve politically in the past three years? What has worked well? What can we learn for the future?

    What did work well in terms of (European/ EU-level) coordination and communication?


    What is the process of CETA-Ratification in your country? Is there already a timeline?

    What is the strategic outlook on the ratification process? Is it possible to stop CETA in your country?

    Do you work or plan to work on the ratification of CETA in your country? What are you planning?


    Are you currently working on alternatives/alternative trade policy or planning to do so? If so, what exactly are you are working on?

    What strategies are you pursuing or consider to pursue in your country to advance that work?

    What should be the objectives of our common work on alternatives?

    How do you consider the relative importance of procedural alternatives (how trade agreements are made) on the one hand and material alternatives (the content of trade agreements) on the other hand?

    Where do you see potential allies at the political/institutional level (e.g. Member State governments, EU institutions, political parties, regional or local authorities etc.) in pushing for or implementing specific alternatives? Please name specific alternatives/issues (e.g. "increasing transparency of trade policy") and potential allies for each of them.


    What will be your main priorities of work in 2017?
    AlternativesMIC/ICS/ISDSTTIP if it would be on the agenda againCETA ratificationTiSAEU trade strategy in generalOther Free Trade Agreements (please specify)