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Crafting a treaty to stop corporate impunity: the challenges we face in the Fifth Session

Social movements, environmental groups, trade unions and campaigners have once again organised a “Week of Mobilisations” in Geneva to follow and influence the five-day negotiation process of the United Nations Open-Ended Intergovernmental Working Group (OEIGWG) on the Binding Treaty on Transnational Corporations and Other Business Enterprises (UN Binding Treaty on TNCs).

Black History Month series: Understanding empire, decolonising our movements


11 October 2019

Many of the racial, economic and social injustices we see today are rooted in empire’s legacy. It’s only through decolonising our minds, our institutions and our movements that we’ll be able to create a truly just and equal world.

Walden Bello: "The far right ate our lunch"


08 October 2019

Walden Bello on the global rise of the far right and what we can do about it

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Global Justice Now's reaction to the Queen’s Speech.

Health campaigners have welcomed Jeremy Corbyn’s announcement of a range of policies to tackle the failings in the pharmaceutical sector in his speech to the Labour Party conference this afternoon.

Campaign group Global Justice Now issues a damning briefing today on the British government’s sale of surveillance equipment to repressive regimes around the world.