2023 Post-freshers events series

When: 6:00 pm, September 27, 2023 to October 26, 2023
Campaigns: Youth

This autumn, join us across the country to get involved with Global Justice Youth!   Reading Sustainable swap/meet and greet Wednesday 27 September 15:30 – 17:00 Reading Students’ Union, Pepper […]

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Make Polluters Pay day of action

When: September 23, 2023
Campaigns: Climate

On Saturday 23 September we’ll be joining with activists across the UK for a nationwide day of action to Make Polluters Pay. The greed of oil giants and other corporate […]

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Protest action: Fair pay for health workers, not pharma profits

When: 8:30 am, April 27, 2023
Where: View on map

What: Protest outside the pharma lobby, 155 Bishopsgate, London The pharmaceutical industry is demanding even more profits from the NHS. Even on the back of a year of record profits, […]

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Climate Mobilisation: This is ‘The Big One’

When: April 21, 2023 to April 24, 2023
Where: Houses of Parliament, Westminster, London View on map
Campaigns: Climate

We’ll be joining Extinction Rebellion and many others on the streets in April for ‘The Big One’: a lawful, peaceful, four-day protest. Download our #TheBigOne programme Global Justice Now’s activities […]

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“It’s time to bring in a polluters tax” – Global Justice Now responds to BP’s latest annual profit announcement

Date: 7 February 2023
Campaigns: Climate

In response to BP’s latest annual profit announcement, today, Nick Dearden, director of Global Justice Now, said: “It should sicken people to their core that BP is responsible for more […]

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Resisting Monopoly Capitalism

When: 11:00 am, March 25, 2023 to 6:00 pm, March 25, 2023
Where: Brunei Gallery, SOAS, Thornhaugh Street, London WC1H 0XG View on map
Campaigns: Climate, Food, General, Pharma, Trade, Youth

Multinational corporations have grown wealthy by monopolising the resources we need to live a dignified life. These leviathans set the rules of the game.

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Rwanda ruling reaction: We will not build a fairer society by punishing those who most need our support

Date: 19 December 2022
Campaigns: Migration

Today, the High Court has ruled that the UK government’s plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda is legal. Nick Dearden, our Global Justice Now director, responds: We don’t have […]

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Big 5 oil companies slammed for profits bigger than cost of Loss and Damage in global south

Date: 1 November 2022
Campaigns: Climate, General

Reacting to the news of fossil fuel giant BP’s third-quarter results, Daniel Willis, climate campaigner at Global Justice Now said: “The Big 5 oil companies alone have announced over $170 […]

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UK fossil fuel company wins over £210m payout from secretive tribunal over oil drilling ban

Date: 24 August 2022
Campaigns: Climate, Trade

UK oil and gas company Rockhopper sued the Italian government after it introduced a ban on offshore oil drilling, and has won over £210m. Rockhopper used the controversial Energy Charter […]

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Campaigners call on Monkeypox vaccine company to share recipe and scale up production

Date: 15 August 2022
Campaigns: Pharma

‘We cannot manage public health crises in this way’ says Global Justice Now, as UK is on verge of running out of vaccines, and Africa left without a single shot […]

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