Expose the Gates Foundation

We uncovered evidence to show that that the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s activities are directly benefitting big business

Stop the EU from supporting the New Alliance

Fight the corporate takeover of land and seeds in African countries


Bottom up organising for food sovereignty - An interview with Javier Sanchez-Rodriguez

12 February 2016

In October 2015, I went to the food sovereignty gathering in Hebden Bridge with Global Justice Now. I was really interested to capture the stories from some of the amazing people who came along.

Maude Barlow - Combating TTIP's Canadian cousin

11 February 2016

Maude Barlow, Chair of the Council for Canadians, has dedicated her life to fighting injustice, particularly 'free trade' deals. In November, she toured the UK to raise awareness of CETA, a Canada-EU trade deal which has been called 'TTIP's ugly brother'.

Hunger games at the casino - the return of food speculation

09 February 2016

'Take the highest stakes, riskiest economic behaviour ever devised, and marry it to the most fundamental basic need of humankind.' My friend, Tim Jones, author of The Great Hunger Lottery sums up all that's wrong with the idea of betting on food prices in financial markets.

Latest news

A controversial, far reaching trade agreement that critics call a ‘turbo-charged privatisation pact’ is set to be debated in the European Parliament in Strasbourg next week. Warning that the deal will be a ‘nail in the coffin’ of public services around the world, campaigners have called on MEPs to reject the agreement.

A Canadian newspaper has reported that the EU ambassador to Canada has said in an interview that the free trade deal between the EU and Canada (CETA) will be presented to the EU parliament for ratification in mid 2016, with a view to the deal becoming law in early 2017. The process as laid out by the EU ambassador means that there would be no parliamentary scrutiny of individual member states parliaments before the deal comes into effect.

A Canadian broadcaster this morning reported that the “EU quietly asks Canada to rework trade deal's thorny investment clause.”  The report speculates that the free trade deal "risks a humiliating defeat on a ratification vote expected at the EU's parliament in Brussels this fall, unless a compromise can be reached to appease moderate opponents." The free trade deal between Canada and the EU (CETA)  was agreed on by both parties in September 2014, but was awaiting ratification.


Hinde Street Methodist Church, London

As part of the 2016 Hugh Price Hughes lectures, Global Justice Now's Polly Jones will discuss "Think globally, act locally".

With so much poverty, inequality and injustice on our doorstep, should we also be trying to address these issues around the world?


As the second largest marathon in the UK, the increasingly popular Brighton Marathon is renowned for its buzzing atmosphere.The Brighton Marathon will take you through the vibrant city, past iconic scenery and finish off at the beach.

Tapeley Park, Instow, North Devon

A weekend of politics, culture and fun, with great speakers, live music and DJs.

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