Podcast

Green Planet

Sunday, 11 May, 2008

Jane Kelsey - World Trade Organisation

Jane Kelsey, a professor of Law at the University of Auckland, is one of New Zealands leading left-wing intellectuals committed to economic and social justice. Jane talks to Tim about the World Trade orgnisation and its impacts on economies, employment,indigenous peoples, the environment, a nation's sovereign rights. First Broadcast Feb 2005

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