Partners

Global Justice Now works as part of a global movement to challenge the powerful and create a more just and equal world. We mobilise people in the UK for change, and act in solidarity with those fighting injustice, particularly in the global south. Our local activist groups campaign around the country for a global economy where people come before profit.

We produce a huge range of political education and campaigning resources, which you 
can find on our website. Below is a small selection.

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Trade Secrets: The truth about the US trade deal and how we can stop it

Global Justice Now director Nick Dearden’s new book is a comprehensive exposé of the corporate agenda behind the US trade deal.

Trade Secrets is based on a thorough analysis of leaked papers from three years of secretive talks, as well as multiple other official documents and sources.

It covers the key information and arguments that everyone needs to know about the trade threat, what’s behind it, and how we can beat it. In doing so it lifts the lid on one of the most controversial issues in British politics today.

Read it online, download a PDF or order a print copy.

The Case for Climate Justice

Climate breakdown isn’t just an ecological crisis, serious though that is. It’s a crisis which exacerbates much of the inequality and injustice of the economic system it’s rooted in. But like climate change, economic systems are man-made.

This beautifully-illustrated booklet argues that by building a climate justice movement that challenges the powerful, we can make a world where the needs of people and the planet matter more than corporate profits.

Read it online or order printed copies.

Partners

MomentumCommunication Workers UnionRosa Luxemburg Stiftung London
Global Justice NowNational Nurses UnitedAutonomyWar on WantClaim the FutureTrademark BelfastIWGBDisabled People Against CutsThe Democracy Collaborative

Media Partners

Novara MediaPluto PressVersoRed PepperPolitics Theory OtherRadical Art Review
We also gratefully acknowledge the support of the following organisations in our educational and research work:
Barry Amiel & Norman Melburn TrustGuerrilla Foundation
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