Morten Thaysen

Role

Campaign and policy manager (corporates)

Biography

Morten is a campaigner at Global Justice Now focusing on corporate power. He is also a co-founder of activist group Lesbians and Gays Support the Migrants. He has an MA in Anthropology of Development from SOAS.

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Latest posts

Live blog: confronting the Brussels trade negotiations


03 February 2015

A group of UK activists travelled together to Brussels on the #noTTIP train 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).

TTIP: a recipe for disaster


17 December 2014

5 reasons why the EU-US trade deal could put you off your dinner.

TTIP Update 4


29 October 2014

Update number four on the latest in the fight against TTIP, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership

Reclaim the Power!

Fracking is just one example of how the corporate grip on power is getting stronger in the UK. Therefore the World Development Movement will be at Reclaim the Power camp in Blackpool this weekend to resist fracking and to link up with other movements against the corporate power grab.

Activist August


13 August 2014

This August the World Development Movement will be going to Reclaim the Power in Blackpool and the Attac’s European Summer University in Paris to link up with activists from across the UK and Europe fighting against the corporate takeover of our democracy, our energy, and our food.

10 reasons why you should be worried about TTIP


06 June 2014
  1. TTIP IS A THREAT TO DEMOCRACY
    If agreed, TTIP would give corporations the power to sue governments over decisions that could harm their future profits, undermining democratic decision-making made in the public interest.
     
  2. TTIP IS A THREAT TO PUBLIC SERVICES

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