Get the latest news and analysis on global justice issues and join in the debate. Our bloggers include Global Justice Now staff as well as activists from around the world who work on a broad range of subjects.

Our blog links experiences in the UK to issues affecting people globally, and covers everything from energy justice, climate change and the WTO, to TTIP, food sovereignty and aid.

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Latest posts

Lord Howell plots with fracking firms in Windsor dungeon

28 August 2013

Our Creative Activist volunteer Aisling takes a look at the links between UK ministers and fracking.

Bringing arctic stories to the City of London

23 August 2013

Picture this. You’re standing on the north side of the Millennium Bridge (the ‘wobbly’ footbridge) in London, looking south.  To your left towers the Shard, in front of you is the Tate, to your right are the Houses of Parliament and the Shell Centre and behind you is the City of London.  

Join Colombia Solidarity Campaign to Protest the Imminent Eviction of Families from Their Village!

15 August 2013

The Village of Roche faces being destroyed by multinational mining companies, join the movement to protect the people living there.

Rev Billy takes HSBC by Surprise

08 August 2013

Have a look at what Rev Billy got up to at HSBC when he came to London this summer.

Keep coal in the hole!

26 July 2013

The European Development Bank has announced it will stop financing coal fired power stations because of concern for climate change.  Will our high street banks follow suit, and stop investing in the dirtiest of all conventional fossil fuels?

Following in the footsteps of the Tolpuddle Martyrs

25 July 2013

Veronica and Laura from the North and East London WDM group took a WDM stall to the Tolpuddle Martyrs Festival. Read an account of the trip.

Join Foil Vedanta at Vedanta’s AGM on 1 August

23 July 2013

A guest blog by our friends at Foil Vedanta.

Blowing Carbon Bubbles

18 July 2013

This morning we descended upon the London Stock Exchange AGM to highlight the burgeoning carbon bubble that threatens both climate catastrophe and economic collapse if not promptly burst.

Getting ready for WDM in Newcastle

16 July 2013

I have just booked my train tickets to Newcastle for 8 August. I’m very excited about this, not only because Newcastle is one of my favourite cities, but because I’ll be travelling up for the launch of a new World Development Movement group in Newcastle. 

100km round London on a bike

02 July 2013

A couple of weeks ago some of my colleagues and I took on a 100km cycle ride across London.