Tell us what's in the TPP

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Negotiations on an international treaty called the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement have been going on in complete secrecy for the last few years.

The TPP could impact on health initiatives, food labelling, the cost of medicines and copyright law. The negotiations are likely to finish soon, but the public has yet to see the agreement.

We need to know what's at stake in the TPP. That is why we are calling on the Federal Government to bring the Australian public to the table and release the text before signing a final agreement.

For more information visit the CHOICE website

Tell the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to release the text of the TPP

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We've written a general letter for you to send to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the government department responsible for negotiating the TPP. You can add anything extra you'd like to say about the TPP. For example:

"I'm worried that the TPP will include an Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) clause and that this will restrict Australia's ability to make future laws that in the public interest."


"I'm concerned that the TPP will include provisions that will restrict the Federal Government's ability to make regulations and laws in the public interest, like new laws for better Country of Origin Labelling. I want to know where my food is from and it's important that an international trade agreement doesn't restrict that."  

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