General

Don't let them privatise the aid budget

The government is trying to rush a bill through parliament that will divert billions of pounds of aid money towards private investment and away from poverty alleviation. Take action now to stop this.

End the inhumane EU-Turkey deal

By being party to the EU-Turkey deal, the UK government has effectively shut down one of the safest routes for people fleeing for their lives. Ask foreign secretary Boris Johnson to call for an end of this deadly deal.

Get active and jog for justice

Join us for the vibrant and scenic Brighton Marathon 2016

Stop conflict minerals

Fight corporations exploiting the resources of the poorest people on earth

Aid for people not business

Ask the new international development secretary, Priti Patel, to commit to spend UK aid money on poverty reduction, not big business.

Latest posts

Zwarte Piet: blackface is the colonial hangover that's lasted too long


05 December 2018

I open the curtains to see fairy lights twinkling in my neighbour’s house. I open the kitchen door and see little crumbs on the table, traces of a mince pie eater. And then I open Facebook to see the annual arguments about blackface. Yep. It’s nearly Christmas.

What Theresa May’s Brexit deal means for global justice (if it happens)


15 November 2018

Global Justice Now took a ‘remain and reform’ position in the EU referendum – to stay in the EU in order to transform it. We feared that leaving would lead to an outpouring of xenophobia and racism, and would potentially unleash a wave of deregulation and liberalisation, especially through trade deals. We were right to be worried.

Brazil: If he threatens my existence, I'll be resistance


30 October 2018

As I start drafting this article, we’re 30 minutes away from the moment we’ve been so anxiously waiting, when the results of the tensest Brazilian presidential election in my lifetime will be released.

Latest news

  • May risks giving support to repressive regimes in desperation for trade deals

  • Climate change, arms sales and financial instability driven by G20 countries

The most powerful countries in the world are driving climate change, violent conflict and a deeply unequal global economy, campaigners claimed today, as the leaders of those countries meet in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Declaração sobre a eleição de Jair Bolsonaro

A todos os movimentos, ativistas e comunidades marginalizadas no Brasil que acordaram essa manhã para o pesadelo de uma presidência de Bolsonaro, enviamos nossa solidariedade e apoio.

To all those movements, activists and marginalised communities in Brazil who have woken up this morning to the nightmare of a Bolsonaro presidency, we send our solidarity and support.

Resources

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UN Binding Treaty - Common position paper for UK civil society

October 2018

Ahead of a week of negotiations on the UN Binding Treaty on Transnational Corporations and Human Rights in Geneva in October, the UK civil society working group on the Binding Treaty has produced a common position paper for UK government and parliamentary advocacy.

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Ending corporate impunity

July 2018

The struggle to bring about a binding UN treaty on transnational corporations and human rights

The Third Session of the Open-ended Intergovernmental Working Group on Transnational Corporations and Other Business Enterprises with respect to human rights in October 2017. Global Justice Now will continue efforts in order to build a UN Binding Treaty on Human Rights and Transnational Corporations and their supply chains.
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Our Internationalist Network

July 2018

People before profit in the global economy

Sign up your trade union branch, party branch or other association as a local ally of Global Justice Now.

Please note: this leaflet is available in print from the office. You can also use an online form to affiliate your branch with Global Justice Now.