Stop Bayer's takeover of Monsanto

A soon-to-be-born mega-agribusiness is set to control the world's food system. But we can still stop this. Please call on anti-competition regulators to prevent this.

Stop the land and seed grab

Call on the UK to withdraw its support from the New Alliance - a controversial aid scheme that is threatening small-scale farmers.


Wallonia is standing up for all of Europe by throwing a spanner in CETA

25 October 2016

The members of the Parliament of Wallonia have done what we might expect all our parliamentarians to do: stand up for the best interests of the citizens they represent. They have blocked a deal that would serve the corporations who have been lobbying so hard for it, while putting our public services and environment at risk.

Is CETA dead yet?

24 October 2016

Some have called a victory, others are expecting to hear some awful deal has been brokered. Either way CETA, the trade and investment deal between Canada and the EU, is in mortal danger.

Time for the SNP to make up its mind on CETA

19 October 2016

Global Justice Glasgow, along with activists from across Scotland, were out in force at the SNP conference on Saturday, telling delegates that it’s time to Stop CETA. We made a bit of a visual splash with our dastardly corporate rats and spoke to several hundred SNP members as they went in to the conference.

Latest news

Responding to the news that the EU was unable to sign CETA, the free trade deal between Canada and the EU as had originally been planned on Thursday, as a result of the Belgian prime minister failing to secure the support of regional authorities, Guy Taylor the trade campaigner for Global Justice Now said:

European governments today failed to sign off the EU-Canada trade deal known as CETA. Campaign group Global Justice Now welcomed the defeat of CETA deal, which they claim will lead to an increase in the power of big business over our food standards, public services and decision-making.

In response to CETA critic and MEP José Bové being denied entry to Canada, Nick Dearden director of Global Justice Now said:
“This is yet another example of how serious a challenge to our democracy CETA is, and how desperate governments are to avoid scrutiny. When even elected representatives are barred from properly criticising CETA, there can be no doubt that deals like CETA are a direct attack on our democracy”.


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