War on Want today marks International Women’s Day by celebrating generations of women who secured vital rights, as well as supporting their successors battling against oppression and violence in the 21st century. War on Want continues to back women-led organisations and women human rights defenders who believe women are entitled to determine their own destinies and humanity’s future.
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The reality of the never-ending War on Terror is that it is integrally bound up with an imperialistic drive for resources
The Palestinian West Bank is controlled by Israel through a complex web of illegal settlements
Israeli agricultural companies are part and parcel of this system of control over the Palestinian occupied territories
Israeli agricultural export companies are at the heart of Israel's system of domination over the Palestinian people.
A message from the Kizone workers
The root cause of the crisis in Gaza is Israel's illegal occupation
The Marikana strike, and the violent repression of the miners, has sent shockwaves
Despite what may seem a bleak outlook, Honduran people have taken a stand
In Afghanistan today as in Korea 60 years ago it's clear that the only war worth fighting is the war on want.
The majority of garment workers in Bangladesh earn little more than the minimum wage
The UK economy is losing £100 billion a year through tax dodging