Between 2004 and 2010

RESOLUTION No.- 3
Safeguard National Interest in WTO

WTO has completed almost 15 years of its existence since 1.1.1995 and is going to hold its 7th Ministerial Conference in Geneva on 30th November – 2nd December, 2009, to discuss the ongoing Doha Development Agenda, which was initiated in the 4th Ministerial in 2001. Doha Agenda happens to be the largest round of discussion and / or deadlock since the Uruguay Round, which lasted for seven years (1986-1993).

RESOLUTION NO. 2
Globalisation: Its impact on farmers, labour and youth

The world as a whole had its innings with the so called globalistion for the lass two decades. The result we are witnessing today is chaos and confusion described as “Global Meltdown”. The global community is analyzing the reasons and also searching for solution to end chaos.

RESOLUTION NO. 1
Global Environmental Crisis and India’s Response

Global environment has reached a seriously critical situation. The Inter governmental Panel on Climate Change in its fourth assessment report released in February 2007 has warned that if global Co2 emission continues at the same rate, by the end of the century – 2100, global temperature may go up by 60C and all living beings may be wiped out of the face of the Earth. Later research studies are pointing out that the catastrophe may happen even earlier.

RESOLUTION
FARMER SECURITY CAN ONLY ENSURE FOOD SECURITY AND CONTROL ON INFLATION
RESOLUTION No.- 3
Halt the Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) Negotiation with Developed Countries

It is a well known fact that WTO negotiations have come to a grinding halt due to hard positions taken by developed countries especially with regard to agricultural subsidies. Developed countries are therefore conspiring to bypass the WTO route and concluding FTAs with individual developing countries such as India to achieve their ulterior motives in gaining market access for their products, technology and services.

RESOLUTION No.- 1
Stop Globalisation Save Nation

The whole world in general and India in particular has been suffering from the painful experiences of Global Financial Meltdown and the resulting economic recession. The cancer spot is the reckless deregulation of financial market by US Government. ‘Greed is Good’ happens to be the slogan of US. This policy of greed has landed the Wall Street and the Main Street of the US into this soup. Should this be a model for India?