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.

Reclaim the Power

Reclaim the Power is an anti-fracking protest camp in Blackpool. The World Development Movement will be doing workshops on how to defeat the EU-US trade deal (TTIP) and on how can we stand in solidarity with communities affected by energy extraction. Find out more about why we support Reclaim the Power

Attac’s European Summer University
The European Summer University for Social Movements is a gathering of activists fighting corporate power from across Europe. You can read more about it in James’ blog post.

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Modi's colonial assault on Kashmir is like a 1947 revival. We must not stay silent


13 August 2019

Late night on Sunday 4 August, India-occupied Kashmir went into lockdown. Mobile, internet and TV connections were shut down, public meetings and rallies prohibited, schools and public institutions closed, and state leaders placed under house arrest.

Blockades and revolutions: my trip to Armenia


09 August 2019

Prepared to expose the toxic plans of a Jersey-registered mining firm, in June I set off to the picturesque mountains of Armenia to find out more about the firm’s corporate court lawsuit worth $2 billion against the Armenian government.

A Jersey mining company's $2 billion attack on Armenia's democracy


30 July 2019

For the past few months, we have been working to uncover the toxic plans of a Jersey-registered mining  firm called Lydian International, who are threatening a corporate courts lawsuit that would undermine the Armenian people’s struggle for democracy.