IMA Statement on 2013 International Migrants’ Day

Consolidate our ranks! Resist imperialist offensives against migrants and people!

Statement of the International Migrants’ Alliance on the 2013 International Migrants Day

Migrants all over the world must prepare for the future bodes of heightened offensives of imperialist globalization against the rights, dignity and wellbeing of migrants and refugees, and all other exploited and oppressed people.

The end of the World Trade Organization (WTO) 9th Ministerial Conference in Bali, Indonesia resulted to a deal that will further open up economies of many underdeveloped and developing countries to imperialist plunder, and intensify the implementation of the destructive policies of neoliberalization globalization – all in a desperate attempt of imperialist, chiefly the United States, to salvage the crisis-ridden capitalist system. Continue reading

BALI DECLARATION 2013 – Declaration of the People’s Global Camp (Dec 3-6, 2013, Denpasar, Bali)

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Development justice now! Junk WTO!

Declaration of the Peoples’ Global Camp

We, representatives of people’s organizations, social movements and political forces come together in the People’s Global Camp (PGC) in Denpasar, Bali on December 3-6, 2013 to collectively expose, resist and call to junk the renewed neoliberal offensives of the World Trade Organization.

We bring the experiences of struggles from Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Fiji, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Nepal, Norway, Pakistan, the Philippines, Slovakia, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Timor Leste, Vietnam, and the United States, to further advance the people’s rights and to affirm our collective resistance against the new round of deception and maneuverings pushed by the WTO in this 9th Ministerial Meeting.

The WTO Bali conference is the latest imperialist effort to revive the failed neoliberal paradigm. As the multiple crises continue to reverberate around the world, impacting the poorest both in developed and developing countries, imperialist powers led by the US, European Union and Australia are desperately pushing a new wave of neoliberal globalization through the so-called ‘Bali Package’ and on the set of issues identified as the post-Bali agenda. Continue reading