End support of failed aid projects now

Demand the UK ends its support for the corporate takeover of Africa’s food

Make the UK a TTIP Free Zone

Fight TTIP at a local level - find out if your council has voted against TTIP


Let's not do the "good migrants/bad migrants" thing

28 August 2015

In the debate about immigration, there is a tendency amongst progressives and liberals to try to protect the reputation of refugees at the expense of (economic) migrants.

Local councils are starting to tear strips off TTIP

28 August 2015

Politicians in both Brussels and Westminster have taken great pains to try and brush off people’s many concerns about the toxic trade deal being pushed through by the EU and the USA.

Celebrating people’s resistance in Bangladesh

Yesterday was Phulbari Day, commemorating mass protests which took place exactly nine years ago in opposition to plans by a UK-based mining company, GCM, to build a huge open-cast coal mine in Phulbari in north-west Bangladesh. The 2006 demonstration ended in tragedy when paramilitary forces opened fire on the crowds, killing three people and injuring hundreds.

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A coalition of environmental and human rights organisations from the UK, Romania and Canada have called on prime minister David Cameron to intervene in an international case which is pitting a Canadian mining company against the government of Romania. The group argues that under new trade agreements like TTIP (the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership) such cases will radically expand, targeting the British and other European governments.

Today we have slammed the conditions imposed on Greece as part of its latest ‘bailout’ package. Campaigners say the programme is not simply misguided, but an attempt to ‘create a corporate paradise in the Mediterranean’, regardless of the level of suffering that entails.

Nick Dearden, director of Global Justice Now said:

Our response to the deal with Greece being reached over the debt crisis.



Presentation and discussion about TTIP, what it means for us and what we can do about it.

Prince Regent DLR Station, London

Join us for a workshop and discussion followed by a creative action as part of the week-long Stop the Arms Fair campaign outside the Excel centre, East London. 

St Mary-le-Bow Church, Cheapside London EC2V 6AU

Global Justice Now and Just Share present a debate exploring both sides of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) agreement.

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