Published on October 15, 2007
Slide1: Trading away the right to food A_D Cartoon Bank Familiar and New Cartoons Slide2: Trading away the right to food A Section A Cartoon Bank Slide3: Polyp, The New Internationalist, Great Britain Slide4: Another 1.2 billion people can’t get enough vitamins, minerals and proteins in their diet. K.T., The Telegram, Newfoundland U.N. Report 2005 Slide5: Arcadio, Tico Times, Costa Rica Slide7: Chappatte l’Hebdo Switzerland Slide9: Polyp, The New Internationalist Great Britain Slide11: Ares, Mexico, Cuba Slide12: 60 Slide14: Gado Kenya Slide16: Ares, Mexico Slide17: Trading away the right to food B Section B Cartoon Bank Slide18: Anthony Jenkins The Globe and Mail Canada Slide20: World Trade Slide22: Zapiro South Africa Slide24: Trading away the right to food A Section C Cartoon Bank Slide26: Chappatte Switzerland Slide28: Polyp, Great Britain Slide29: 2003 U.S.A. Slide30: 2003 2002 Slide31: Polyp, The New Internationalist, Great Britain Let’s not say she died. Let’s say she gave her life so that the global economy might grow. Slide37: David Simonds, The Guardian, Great Britain Slide38: Gado Kenya Slide39: Developing World condemns Arcadio, Costa Rica Trade Talks Slide40: Bank Slide41: Trading away the right to food D Section D Cartoon Bank Slide45: Chappatte Switzerland Slide47: Ares, Mexico Slide48: Ares Cuba/Mexico Slide49: Costa Rica Slide51: Chappatte, Switzerland Slide52: Trading away the right to food A New Cartoons Cartoon Bank Slide53: Global Trade New Internationalist, Great Britain Slide54: Chappatte Switzerland Slide55: Nestle Slide56: Kirk, U.S.A.