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  1. The hidden Citizens' Revolution for Public Water

    Satoko Kishimoto
    16 April 2015
    Article

    Growing numbers of communities are reversing past privatizations in the public sector and delivering even better public services in the process.

  2. The Canada-EU Trade Deal Could Unleash a Corporate Litigation Boom

    27 November 2014
    Article

    A new Canada-EU trade deal, called the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), could expose Canada and Europe to a wave of corporate lawsuits that would restrict governments’ power to regulate in the public interest—including in confronting climate change.

  3. El Salvador’s struggle against corporate impunity

    Brid Brennan, Diana Aguiar, Andrea Tognoni
    09 October 2014
    Article

    The controversial legal case that Canadian mining firm Pacific Rim has launched against El Salvador has added fuel to the growing international debate on the balance of corporate rights and responsibilities and the need for new legal international frameworks to address corporate impunity.

  4. The great divide: exposing the Davos class behind global economic inequality

    02 June 2014
    Article

    Davos, perhaps more than any other gathering, epitomises the way political power and global governance have in recent decades been entrenched into a small corporate elite. This elite have succeeded not only in capturing our economy, but also our politics, and increasingly our culture and society too.

     
  5. Cashing in on Catastrophe book meets fundraising goal

    10 September 2013
    Article

    Thanks to your support, we met our target and raised 10,000 euros for this crucial book that tells the hidden story of the corporations and military seeking to cash in on climate chaos, and puts forward peoples' alternatives for a liveable future.

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    La venta masiva de servicios públicos en Europa sirve para consolidar el neoliberalismo

    08 May 2013

    La privatización de servicios y activos públicos en Europa, sumada a las medidas de liberalización y austeridad, está demostrando ser una catástrofe para la ciudadanía, pero también están beneficiando claramente a algunos actores.

  7. Militarizando la crisis climática

    Ben Hayes
    04 January 2013
    Article

    Debemos cuestionar a las industrias de la seguridad que están floreciendo con el miedo que genera la inacción de nuestros Gobiernos frente al cambio climático.

  8. After Doha: rejecting dystopia by default

    Ben Hayes
    17 December 2012
    Article

    We need to challenge the security industries and military that are thriving on the fear and insecurity created by our governments' inaction on climate change.

  9. Putting a spotlight on the arbitration industry

    Cecilia Olivet
    29 November 2012
    Article

    Profiting from Injustice report reveals that the legal arbitration industry have strong vested interests in supporting an unjust international investment regime.

  10. Resistance and Hope at a time of Climate Emergency

    12 January 2012
    Article

    The Durban climate conference could act as a turning point. Are we willing to be truly honest about the failure of our political and economic system to tackle climate change and willing to exercise our power in shaping the world we want to live in?

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    Cazadores de ambulancias

    05 December 2011
    Policy briefing

    El hermético y lucrativo mundo del arbitraje internacional sobre inversiones está enriqueciendo a un pequeño grupo de bufetes de abogados, que promueven activamente litigios contra Estados y luchan por impedir que se produzcan cambios en el injusto régimen internacional de inversiones.

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    Legalised Profiteering?

    03 November 2011
    Policy briefing

    The secretive and lucrative world of international investment arbitration has enriched a small coterie of multi-billion dollar international firms, which actively promote and even help finance litigations against states and have fought fiercely to prevent changes to an unjust international investment regime.

  13. Drug Club: Spain's alternative cannabis economy

    30 June 2011
    Article

    While public opinion seems to be shifting towards support for legalisation;there is surprisingly little discussion in the drugs counter-culture of what a socially just model of cannabis consumption might look like.

  14. The Law of Mother Earth: Behind Bolivia's historic bill

    22 April 2011
    Article

    Approval of Bolivia's revolutionary 'Mother Earth' law is an historic step by social movements in a long struggle for real ecological transformation of their economy and society.

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    Es hora de que Europa ponga los valores y los derechos humanos por encima de los intereses comerciales

    • Cecilia Olivet, Paulina Novo
    21 March 2011
    Policy briefing

    La ratificación de los tratados de libre comercio entre la UE y Colombia/Perú tendrán efectos socio-económicos y medioambientales negativos en sectores clave de la economía y legitimarán las violaciones de los derechos humanos.

  16. El Acuerdo de Cancún se queda al desnudo con la oposición de Bolivia

    20 December 2010
    Article

    Bolivia no fue ningún obstáculo en las negociaciones sobre el clima de Cancún; fue, más bien, el único país que tuvo la osadía de decir la verdad.

  17. Could granting rights to nature change the climate debate?

    Cormac Cullinan
    15 December 2010
    Article

    In the wake of failure in Cancun and the much deeper problem that humanity is no longer living within the ecological capacity of the planet, might it be time for nature to have its own legal advocates?

  18. Corporate capture at the heart of Europe

    Olivier Hoedeman
    06 October 2010
    Article

    The Irish government announcement of a €34 billion Euro bailout, two years after the financial crisis first broke, is a reminder that little has been done to prevent it happening again just as the social costs are becoming ever more evident.

  19. Key issues on the table at the 8th Asia Europe People's Forum

    Ben Hayes, Praful Bidwai, Susan George, Walden Bello
    29 September 2010
    Article

    Ahead of the Asia Europe People's Forum (AEPF) which coincides with the official ASEM8 summit this year in Brussels, four TNI scholar-activists - Susan George, Praful Bidwai, Ben Hayes and Walden Bello - discuss some of the key struggles facing citizens from both regions.

  20. Is the water privatisation tide finally turning?

    21 September 2010
    Article

    The EU's announced fund of 40 million Euros to support “non-profit partnerships” of water and sanitation utilities in Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific is the latest evidence that the corporate push for water privatisation has been forced on to the back foot.

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