Global Justice Now youth network

Global Justice Now’s youth network is a space for young people to come together to share ideas and experiences and take action.  

Across the globe, the rich and powerful have used the economic crisis to strengthen themselves at the expense of the majority. Brexit has empowered the most conservative forces in society. And young people are bearing the brunt, faced with a life of debt, insecure employment and anxiety.

The network has been set up to make sure that youth voices are a part of global movements against corporate power, inequality, climate change and racism. Get involved if you want to help build a world in which people come before profit.  

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Latest Blog Posts

How I got involved with Global Justice Now – and why you should too


16 August 2018

I first became interested in Global Justice Now during the summer of my final year of secondary school, as I believed in social justice and in creating a fairer world. I had been bullied and left my final year with fragility and promised myself I would help those burdened to pursue a voice, I desired to make a change, to mould the surroundings around me.

A glimpse of the French student movement (from the inside)

France is famous for its rebellions, revolts and revolutions. But these don’t solely belong in the past. France regularly faces upheavals and right now is one of those moments. Strikes and occupations have spread like wildfire across the country in recent months in response to President Emmanuel Macron’s controversial social reforms.

Public funding but private profits - how to fight the pharmaceutical industry on your campus


22 February 2018

Forbes - the American business magazine  - showed that the Pharmaceutical industry was the world's most profitable industry in 2016, with a massive 30% profit for pharmaceutical companies selling generic medicines during that year.