The Rivers are Bleeding: British mining in Latin America

October 2018

War on Want exposes the devastating impact of British mining in Latin America.

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Media brief: "The Rivers are Bleeding: British Mining in Latin America"

October 2018

The vast expansion of mega-mining projects in Latin America is displacing indigenous communities, destroying local ecosystems, and costing lives and livelihoods. In our ground-breaking new report, War on Want exposes the devastating impact of British mining in Latin America, gathering 17 case studies from across the continent to produce a damning indictment of one of the world’s most powerful industries.

This document is a briefing for the media about the upcoming War on Want report, The Rivers Are Bleeding: British mining in Latin America.

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The Trans-Pacific Powergrab

October 2018

TPP Briefing: Why joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership would be bad for people and planet – and the UK

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BFAWU leaflet #FFS410

October 2018

"Workers at JD Wetherspoons will take part in strike action on the 4th of October alongside McDonald’s, TGI Fridays and Uber Eats workers.

Wetherspoons and McDonald’s workers are striking for £10 an hour, union recognition and respect on the job."

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