Networks

War on Want believes that we can achieve more when we work together with others, and we are proud to play an active role in coalition with other radical and progressive groups around the world.

Here are some of the networks and coalitions we participate in:

People's Assembly Against Austerity

La Via Campesina

Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions

London Mining Network

Dismantle Corporate Power

NoTTIP

Seattle to Brussels Network

UK Food Group

Tax Justice Network

Stamp Out Poverty

Control PMSC

ALTER-EU

Alliance for Lobbying Transparency

Union Solidarity International

Economic Justice Project

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Reaction: UK abstention from UN Gaza vote makes a mockery of commitment to international law

19 May 2018 - 9:00am

Trusting that Israel can fairly and neutrally investigate its own war crimes is an insult to any common sense definition of justice, and makes a mockery of the UK’s stated commitment to international law, human rights, and accountability

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Press release: BP’s Manchester shareholder meeting faces protest over fracking and human rights abuses

16 May 2018 - 11:45am

Oil company’s first ever Annual General Meeting in Manchester faces protest with participants from communities affected by BP’s operations in Argentina and Colombia.

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