BASF: seek justice for the widows of the Marikana massacre

34 striking miners were killed at Marikana in South Africa. But their employer, Lonmin, won’t pay compensation.

Now, the widows of... more

Tell this US mining company to drop its lawsuit against Colombia

The Colombian built a national park that would protect part of the Amazon from mining. And for this, Tobie Mining and Electricity... more

The European Parliament is about to give corporations a blanket right to secrecy

You and I may never get to see the growing extent of corporate influence again if corporations get their way —... more

This NZ council just sold the rights to 40 billion litres of Canterbury’s purest water—but it won’t say to whom

Update 11 April 2016: Not only will the corporation have the right to drain the local aquifer dry — the council... more

Victory! – #Unileversettles. But now, it must clean up its mercury mess.

8 months after Jhatkaa.org launched the viral “Kodaikanal Won’t” music video and petition, Hindustan Unilever (HUL) has announced that they are... more

David Cameron: disclose your tax affairs now

The Panama Papers have shaken the world, shedding light on David Cameron’s family investments in tax havens. But there’s still much... more

WestJet: Immediately step down and ensure charges of rape and sexual assault are investigated.”

A WestJet pilot sexually assaulted former flight attendant Mandalena Lewis while she was at work. When she spoke out, management didn’t... more

Coca-Cola is backing Donald Trump

Donald Trump is poised to become the next U.S. presidential candidate for the Republican Party and Coca-Cola is going to support him.

Stand with Amazon workers at its annual meeting.

Amazon’s annual shareholder meeting is coming up very soon — and the e-retail giant is trying to stop us from organising... more

Stand with Lilly Wachowski

The Daily Mail just forced another trans woman to come out. We must put a stop to these deadly intimidation tactics.

Kiwis say no TPPA!

The NZ government is getting dangerously close to signing New Zealand up to the TPPA. But here’s our chance to make... more

Governments need to hold electronics suppliers to account for abuses

One in five computers in Europe is bought by the public sector. There’s an organisation governments can join, that works with local labour... more