The history of APPA (Asia Pacific People's Assembly)

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Workshop on Globalization and Fisheries Fisherfolk Say No to Monopoly Capital's Thirst for Profit
Pamalakaya: Second Announcement and Invitation, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 11 November 1998. Workshop part of the Forum on Land, Food Security and Agriculture. It is being organized by PAMALAKAYA (National Federation of Fisherfolk Organizations in the Philippines) and NACFAR (Nationwide Coalition of the Fisherfolk for Aquatic Reform.
Labour Forum report
APPA Daily Bulletini, No. 4, Thursday 12 November 1998. Fifty-six participants from Malaysia, Korea, the Philippines, Pakistan, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, Mexico, Hong Kong and Indonesia attended the Labour Forum. Emerging flexibilisation, informalisation and intensification of labour.
Adopted resolutions of the Asia-Pacific People's Assembly
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 14 November 1998. Resolutions on Indonesian military violence, MAI, 50th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Unity statement of Asia Pacific People's Assembly
Kuala Lumpur, 14 November 1998. 636 participants representing 316 organizations from 30 countries, have gathered for the APPA on the occasion of the 6th APEC Leaders Meeting, to confront the issue of globalization, and in particular the APEC as an instrument to implement it.