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Bin the Daily Mail poster

September 2017

Hate-filled media stories are creating a violent culture of hostility towards migrants and refugees.

Help us take a stand against the divisive media narrative in the Daily Mail. Print out our 'Bin the Daily Mail' A3 poster below and put it in your window, so that together we can spread the word about the Daily Mail’s hate speech and how it affects our communities.

Think Global September 2017

August 2017

Act locally with Global Justice Now. For previous editions, check out our Think Global page.

 

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Big Business Britain - How corporate lobbyists dominate secret meetings with Brexit negotiators in London and Brussels

August 2017

Brexit negotiators in London and Brussels are far more exposed to business interests than the concerns of civil society. Official statistics, analysed by Corporate Europe Observatory and Global Justice Now, reveal that Brexit ministers in the UK had six corporate lobby meetings for every one with civil society groups. For the EU’s Brexit taskforce, headed by the Chief Negotiator Michel Barnier, the figure is three corporate lobby meetings for every one civil society group meeting. Big Finance and agriculture interests dominated the lobby meetings held in both London and Brussels.

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Think Global Extra August 2017

August 2017

Welcome to the August issue of Think Global Extra, the bimonthly supplement to Think Global. Read it in conjunction with the last full Think Global from July.

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We once were migrants too: supporting migrants' rights in Scotland

July 2017

Briefing on ways we can show solidarity with migrants living in Scotland after the EU referendum

Re-imagining UK aid - What a progressive strategy could look like

July 2017

For over a decade a consensus has existed at Westminster on overseas aid, with the mainstream political parties all backing the 0.7% spending target. Achieving this consensus was a considerable achievement. But the focus on how big the aid budget is has prevented a robust debate over how this money should be spent, what it should be spent on, and why.

Think Global July 2017

June 2017

Act locally with Global Justice Now. For previous editions, check out our Think Global page.

 

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Trade campaign update for Scottish activists

June 2017

Here's the latest news and campaign actions on trade, for activists in Scotland
 

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Trade Justice Scotland: Here's what we think a just trade system could look like

June 2017

The Trade Justice Scotland coalition (which Global Justice Now is an active member of) has come up with a detailed set of principles that a truly just trade system could be based on. Read them here.

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Giving away control?

June 2017

How Brexit will make UK trade deals less democratic and what to do about it.

Decimating Rights: The Consequences of the Great Repeal Bill

June 2017

A new briefing warns that the Great Repeal Bill that will be outlined in the Queen’s Speech could strip away all manner of vital legal protections from areas including human rights, workers’ rights, financial regulation, the environment and consumer protections.

Ten alternatives to a corporate trade agenda

June 2017

What a democratic UK trade policy after Brexit would look like

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Think Global Extra June 2017

June 2017

Welcome to the June issue of Think Global Extra, the bimonthly supplement to Think Global. Read it in conjunction with the last full Think Global from May.

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Honest Accounts 2017 - How the world profits from Africa's wealth

May 2017

Much more wealth is leaving the world’s most impoverished continent than is entering it, according to new research into total financial flows into and out of Africa.  The study finds that African countries receive $161.6 billion in resources such as loans, remittances and aid each year, but lose $203 billion through factors including tax avoidance, debt payments and resource extraction, creating an annual net financial deficit of over $40 billion.

New and updated M&S and Daily Mail materials

May 2017

As part of our campaign against hateful media coverage of migrants and to get M&S to stop advertising in the Daily Mail, we've created some new materials and updated others in the light of feedback from supporters from and activists. Below you can download a new banner against M&S, a new 'Bin the Daily Mail' poster, and updated versions of our M&S leaflet and poster. 

Order materials through our campaign pack order form, or send a bespoke request to kahra.wayland-larty@globaljustice.org.uk. 

 

The Dangers of Trump

May 2017

No US president has aroused the same level of global public outrage before even occupying the White House as Donald Trump.

Think Global May 2017

April 2017

Act locally with Global Justice Now. For previous editions, check out our Think Global page.

 

 

 

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Trading with Trump: what we can expect from a US-UK trade deal

April 2017

A free trade deal between the US and the UK is likely to include all the elements that made the earlier trade negotiations between the EU and the US on TTIP so controversial, but in a more extreme form – TTIP on steroids.

Think Global May 2017

April 2017

Act locally with Global Justice Now. For previous editions, check out our Think Global page.

 

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