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Reports and Briefings

 

*new* North Africa & West Asia

A4 briefing

 
   

Deadly Investments

UK banks' complicity in Israel's crimes against the Palestinian people.

Stand With Migrant Workers - End Precarious Contracts Infosheet

Our infosheet looks at how attacks on migrants undermine labour rights for everyone. 

*new* Trade policy briefings

4 x A4 briefings on various trade issues

Drone Wars

A4 report

   

Zombie ISDS

Corporate courts and trade deals

Public Services Under Attack

Secret collusion between business lobbyists and trade negotiators

   

 The New Colonialism

Britain's scramble for Africa's energy and miniral resources

 

This Way to Dystopia

Exposing UNIQLO’s abuse of Chinese garment workers

   

 Arming Repression

The new British Imperialism in the Gulf

 

Mercenaries Unleashed

The brave new world of private military and security companies

   

Arming Apartheid

 Voices of Dissent

building global resistance against neoliberal violence and the criminalisation of protest - A5 booklet

Arming Apartheid

UK complicity in Israel's crimes

 

 

   

Everything You Need To Know About Tax

A5 Booklet

G4S: Securing profits, globalising injustice

A5 booklet

Stitched Up

Women workers in the Bangladeshi garment sector

Never Again: Making fashion's factories safe

A5 Booklet - 16 pages

 

 

   

 

Food Sovereignty

Our report on the positive alternative of food sovereignty, which returns control over the food system to farmers.

 

 

Up Front Magazine

*new* Upfront  Autumn/Winter 2017: Brexit - The challenges we face

Includes articles on Palestine, Sri Lanka, Tunisia,

precarious contracts and much more

Upfront Spring/Summer 2017: Fighting Oppression

Includes articles on Eritrea, Western Sahara, migrant workers' rights,

trade justice, Palestine and much more

 

Action cards and leaflets

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*new* Break the chain of complicity - HSBC  - Palestine

A6 fold out to A3 poster

*new* Defend the Right to Work

A4 Action card to MPs

   

*new* Stand With Migrant Workers

A5 Leaflet on migrants and work

'new' Stop Arming Israel

A5 Leaflet 

   

Palestinian political prisoners

A6 Booklet

*new* Resistance in Bangladesh

A6 Booklet

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

 
 

 

   

 

Posters and stickers

 
 
   

Living Wage Now!

A7 Sticker

War on Want logo

A3 poster

Stop Arming Israel

A3 Poster

Love Fashion Hate Sweatshops

A3 poster

Love Fashion Hate Sweatshops

A7 stickers

Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions - Justice for Palestine

A7 sticker

 

Bosses Drive Down Wages Not Migrants

A7 Sticker

Labour History is Migrant History

A7 Sticker

 

Badges

Human Rights not Mining Rights

 

Greed Kills

 

Love Fashion Hate Sweatshops

 

Poverty is Political

 

Supermarkets - Off their trolley

 

Stop Arming Israel

 

Stand with Migrant Workers

 

End Precarious Contracts

 

     
Food Soverignty Now!      

 

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