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Corporate power

Blog / 7th April 2021

軍事費に費やされるお金のほんの一部が世界基金に備蓄され、飢餓を終わらせ、公衆衛生システムへの大規模な投資に向けられたなら何が達成できるかを想像してみてください。

News / 31st March 2021

Share The World’s Resources (STWR) have released a revised second edition of the campaigning book by Mohammed Sofiane Mesbahi, titled 'Heralding Article 25: A people's strategy for world transformation'.

Article / 26th March 2021

Poor countries are paying more for the doses that remain after rich countries have had their fill. It is perhaps the worst display of national selfishness in modern history, writes Nanjala Nyabola for the Nation.

News / 23rd March 2021

Wealthy countries - including the UK - are blocking proposals to help developing nations increase their vaccine manufacturing capabilities, documents leaked to BBC Newsnight show.

News / 23rd March 2021

英国を含む裕福な国々は、発展途上国がワクチン製造能力を高めるのを助けるための提案を阻止している、という文書がBBCニュースナイト・ショーに漏らされました。

Blog / 5th March 2021

It’s not often that you can celebrate an outright, global triumph for the advocacy efforts of a movement. But for tax justice, this is one of those days, writes Alex Cobham for the Tax Justice Network.

News / 16th February 2021

Ahead of critical talks at the World Trade Organization, civil society and trade unions from the Global South are calling on rich countries’ leaders to stop blocking a proposal to waive certain intellectual property rights on COVID-19 vaccines and other medical products.

News / 16th February 2021

世界貿易機関(WTO)での重要な会議に先立ち、市民社会とグローバル・サウスの労働組合は、新型コロナワクチンやその他の医療製品に関する特定の知的財産権を放棄する提案を阻止することをやめるよう先進国の指導者に呼びかけています。 

Article / 12th February 2021

Refusal to temporarily suspend several World Trade Organization intellectual property provisions to enable much faster and broader progress in addressing the COVID-19 pandemic should be grounds for International Criminal Court prosecution for genocide.

Article / 29th January 2021

Every year, US$88.6 billion leaves Africa in the form of illicit capital flight according to the 2020 report of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD).