Event: Take back our world!

Join us for the launch event of Global Justice Now, the new name for WDM. Featuring speakers, films, music and art

Demand energy justice

1 in 5 do not have access to electricity. End the scandal of fuel poverty - in the UK and around the world


Greece lights up Europe

27 January 2015

It’s difficult to overestimate the importance of the Greek election last Sunday. It is the first time in decades that a government has come to power in Europe which is both hostile to neoliberal economics and grounded in social movements. The people who have suffered most from the financial crisis have created a spark of hope for all of us.

Hope lies in challenging the power of the rich

21 January 2015

Today ‘the great and the good’ meet in Davos, Switzerland to discuss how the world is changing, and how corporate executives and senior politicians should respond to these changes.

Speak truth to power

20 January 2015

I started working as a fundraiser at the World Development Movement in 2007, almost eight years ago to the day. Coming from a large international development charity, WDM looked like a rare authentic voice, unafraid to speak the truth and to openly challenge the government and big business.

Latest news

On Tuesday 3 February, 100 people from across the UK and different walks of life will be travelling together to Brussels on the Eurostar to protest at the next round of negotiations of the controversial trade deal being pushed by the EU and the USA – the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).

While world leaders gather in Davos for the annual World Economic Forum, our new report and interactive infographics have slammed what we call the “dangerous delusions” of the summit.

The extent of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership’s (TTIP) unpopularity across Europe was exposed today as the European Commission published the results of its largest public consultation in history.


Global Justice Now, 66 Offley Road, London. SW9 0LS

We're hosting a public meeting to discuss the significance of the election of Syriza, the radical anti-austerity party in Greece. What are the prospects of austerity being reversed in Greece and beyond? And what are the implications and lessons for activists in the UK?

Eurostar to Brussels

On 3 and 4 February 2015, we will be taking a group of people to Brussels to raise our voices against TTIP in the heart of the European Union. You are invited to join us.

Rich Mix, 35 - 47 Bethnal Green Road, London E1 6LA

‘Democracia real ya!’, meaning ‘real democracy now!’, is an exciting free exhibition of street art by Rosario Martínez Llaguno and Roberto Vega Jiménez, members of the Mexican art collective Lapiztola Stencil, based in Oaxaca.

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RT @PlatformLondon: ooh this @GlobalJusticeUK's event looks good: After Syriza: what now for Greece and EU austerity?http://t.co/kco8QI3Lhv
1 hour 40 min ago
RT @GeraintDaviesMP: Tomorrow I make the case for intervention in #TTIP by Council for Europe Social Affairs,Health & Sustainable Developme…
2 hours 21 min ago
RT @foeeurope: 100 UK activists from @GlobalJusticeUK #NoTTIP train will join trojan horse demo 4/2 #TTIP http://t.co/ZAWuE9nFzq https://t.…
2 hours 57 min ago
One of Germany's biggest trade unions says several key clauses in #TTIP are 'unacceptable'http://t.co/k47FG840aB #noTTIP #IGMETALL
3 hours 20 min ago
RT @Zenn_Athar: I'm looking forward to being on the #NoTTIP train next week. #TTIP is an affront to democracy, we must stop it @GlobalJusti
3 hours 27 min ago
New research shows intervention in civil wars ‘far more likely in oil-rich nations’ http://t.co/0ljtMKY2RX
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