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  1. Hamba Kahle Dot Keet

    10 February 2020
    Article

    TNI mourns the loss of Dorothy Keet (February 16, 1942 - February 8, 2020), who passed away in London after a period of long illness. Dot was a TNI Fellow and Planning Board member from 2001 to 2011, and Associate ever since.  She will be fondly remembered by TNI’s Associates, Fellows, staff and wider community.

  2. Trump's Middle East 'Peace Plan' Is a Step Towards Institutionalising Apartheid

    Achin Vanaik
    10 February 2020
    Article

    The Trump Peace Plan unveiled on January 28, represents the formal institutionalisation of an Israeli apartheid state. Most other governments – regardless of whether they enthusiastically or more cautiously welcomed the Plan or even criticised or rejected it – have invariably stated that, given the absence of the Palestinian side in the process of forming this Plan, a negotiated ‘final settlement’ is still needed.

  3. Fighting Vale and corporate capture in Brazil

    04 February 2020
    Article

    Brazilian community lawyer Tchenna Maso talks about the challenges in taking on multinational corporations — and some of the victories along the way.

  4. Hacking the corporation


    04 February 2020
    Article

    Barney Francis, AKA Bill Posters on the nature of corporations, their power and how they shape society.

  5. Bonuses, bailouts and backroom deals


    04 February 2020
    Article

    During her time on Wall Street, Nomi Prins grew increasingly aware of and discouraged by the unethical practices that permeated the banking industry. Read more about her experience within some leading international banks, and what she learned about the nature of the corporation.

  6. How a Washington assassination brought Pinochet's terror state to justice

    06 March 2020 - Event

    This lecture by Alan McPherson is co-hosted by CEDLA and TNI and is part of a CEDLA lecture series. This event is free and open for all to join.

  7. Bright lights, tech city for the no-collar worker

    • Carla Maria Kayanan, Filipa Pajević
    31 January 2020
    Paper

    Every city seems now to be looking for its 'Silicon Valley'. But what's the reality for cities that embrace Big Tech? Exploring two-case studies in Dublin, Ireland and Kitchener-Cambridge-Waterloo in Canada, this essay explores how urban space and public policy is transformed by digital corporations and how the allure far exceeds the concrete benefits.

  8. The Corporate State

    • Mathias Hein Jessen
    30 January 2020
    Paper

    In order to understand corporate power today, we need to understand their history and how they have always been a fundamental part of how the state has governed and continues to govern social life. 

  9. The Limits of Law

    • Grietje Baars
    29 January 2020
    Paper

    Law is fundamentally limited in its potential to challenge corporations' power and their harm, because the law has been created to facilitate capitalist accumulation and therefore the rights of the property-owning class to force others to submit to its will. It cannot, therefore, be expected to have any emancipatory potential.

  10. State of Power 2020

    22 January 2020
    Report

    The Corporation is capitalism's preeminent institution, dominating our economy, distorting our politics and reshaping society. TNI's ninth flagship State of Power report delves deep into the changing nature of the corporation in a time of digitalisation and financialisation and asks how we might best confront its power and construct alternatives.

  11. MOntage of media on Davos

    Davos Alternative Reading List

    20 January 2020
    Article

    This corporate schmooze-fest takes place every year, making grand pronouncements on the state of the world and treated with reverence by political elites and disdain by most progressive movements. But is it more than an elite talking shop? This reading list explores some of the agendas and ethos underlying the World Economic Forum.

  12. Has the era of the ethical corporation arrived?

    Nick Buxton
    18 January 2020
    Article

    The corporate world’s embrace of 'purpose' may seem commendable. But without any enforcement mechanisms, the profit-motive will always win out.

     

  13. The Global Post-Democratic Order thumbnail image

    Davos and the World Economic Forum

    18 January 2020
    Topic

    The World Economic Forum that meets in Davos annually is more than an elite talk-shop or trade show. It has also been the birthplace of many neoliberal policies and programmes including the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). In recent years, the World Economic Forum has openly pushed to replace the multilateral form of governance with a multistakeholder approach, in which corporations play a more significant role.

  14. Hundreds of civil society organizations worldwide denounce World Economic Forum´s takeover of the UN

    17 January 2020
    Press release

    As corporate executives fly into Davos for the annual meetings of the World Economic Forum, more than 400 civil society organizations and 40 international networks have denounced a Strategic Partnership Agreement between WEF and the UN and have called on the United Nations (UN) Secretary-General to end it.

  15. Leaving the war on Terror A Progressive Alternative to Counter-Terrorism Policy

    30 January 2020 - Event

    Britain’s counter terrorism policies do not work. As the threat of another war in the Middle East looms, we invite you to join us for an invigorating and engaging discussion on the impact of the War on Terror in Britain and how to promote a progressive, alternative approach to counter-terrorism policy.

  16. Rural support for authoritarian populism is strong – but another way is possible

    Ian Scoones
    15 January 2020
    Article

    The rise of authoritarian populism continues. Now the UK has a fully signed-up version in its new right-wing government, with allies in Trump, Modi, Bolsarano, Orban and others. It is a dangerous, but perhaps inevitable, trend.

  17. Democratic socialism in global perspective

    29 May 2020 - Event

    A conference on electoral politics and transformative perspectives in the Americas and Europe.

    Update 17 March 2020: This conference has been postponed because of the Cornonavirus pandemic. More details to be announced in the coming days.
  18. India, Secularism and Citizenship

    Achin Vanaik
    09 January 2020
    Article

    The ostensible cause and common focus of the remarkable popular upsurge throughout India---the biggest and most sustained mass agitations since Modi was elected in 2014 (and re-elected in 2019)---is the opposition to the Citizen’s Amendment Act (CAA) and its associated National Citizens Register (NRC) that is to follow in due course.

  19. TNI in the news in 2019

    08 January 2020
    Article

    Our research and experts were cited regularly by news outlets across the world in 2019. 

  20. 12 victories of social movements in 2019

    19 December 2019
    Article

    In 2019 we saw some of the largest marches ever organised, the demise of decades old dictatorships, global inequality under the spotlight like never before, and a growing demand for fundamental systemic change. Here are twelve movements that inspired us in 2019. 

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