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Costing the Casino

March 2002

An in-depth look at how the world's biggest banks use the world financial system to speculate on currency movements that sparked economic meltdown in Russia, South East Asia and South America.

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Water For Sale

February 2002

Workers examine the extreme effects of privatisation in South Africa.

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The Robin Hood Tax

September 2001

Taxing the trade in currencies is now widely recognised as an important capital control, plus a means to raise funds for public policy objectives. This expert report investigates how the revenues from the Tobin Tax could help towards ending global poverty.

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Profits Out of Poverty?

January 1986

The groundbreaking War on Want publication that exposed the role of British banks in Latin America's debt crisis and launched the campaign for debt cancellation.

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Women Working Worldwide

January 1985

The international division of labour in the electronics, clothing and textiles industries

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The Struggle for Southern Africa

September 1981

Can the Frontline States Escape Apartheid's Stranglehold?

A joint report published by War on Want and Liberation on the threat posed by South Africa to its neighbours, at the height of the global struggle against apartheid.

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Now You Do Know

December 1980

An independent report on racial oppression in Britain, published by the campaigns arm of War on Want.

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Tobacco and the Third World: Tomorrow's epidemic?

January 1978

"A War on Want investigation into the production, promotion and use of tobacco in the developing countries."

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The State of Tea

March 1974

"A War on Want investigation into Sri Lanka's tea industry and the plight of the estate workers"

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The Baby Killer

March 1974

War on Want was the first organisation to draw attention to the damage caused by baby milk companies with its groundbreaking 1974 publication The Baby Killer.

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