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Hundreds of European candidates pledged to end corporate impunity

  Thanks to supporters like you, we have managed to win the backing of hundreds of candidates for the European elections. Across Europe, activists have been asking their MEP candidates  to vote against all forms of ISDS and for binding corporate accountability rules at EU and UN levels. In some places like France, Denmark and …

The young rebel against environmental chaos, but we need to beat corporate power first

A generation is rebelling. Across the world, young people are protesting the destruction of their futures. New movements like Extinction Rebellion and Fridays for Future (made famous by Greta Thunberg) join existing ones in the coalition fighting to save the future of our world. If you’re like me, you’ll welcome the anger we’re seeing from …

Register for the June 17-18 campaign meeting

What ? : A European strategy and planning meeting, to look at the next 6 months of our campaign, and at longer term perspectives to defeat ISDS and corporate impunity For whom? : For representatives of organisations or networks members of the “Rights for people, rules for corporation” alliance and interested colleagues. We will try to …

The ECJ verdict changes nothing – ISDS may not be illegal but it is immoral

This morning the European Court of Justice passed its judgment on the compatibility of the investment chapter of the EU-Canada CETA agreement with EU law. Unfortunately for campaigners fighting hard against the corporate stitch-up that is CETA, the court decided that the ISDS part of the deal was in fact compatible with EU law. This …

European election pledge campaign – register MEP/candidate pledges here

Dear candidates for the European Parliament – we need your pledges of support! Are you a candidate for the European elections this month and want to support our campaign? Are you a local voter who has gained the support of such a candidate? Then please fill in this form to register your/your local candidates support. …

Six years since the Rana Plaza tragedy – corporations are still getting away with murder

Six years ago today, the Rana Plaza commercial building in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, collapsed killing 1134 people and injuring many others. Many of them were garment workers (disproportionately women) making clothes for wealthy customers in the West. They were paid as little as 38 Euros a month. It was among the worst such disasters …

REGISTER YOUR EVENT HERE: Tell us what you’re doing to stop ISDS & corporate impunity

Got a cool event planned? Let us know so like minded people in your area can join! Whether it’s you and a few friends setting up a stall to collect signatures in your city centre or a big creative protest action please let us know what you are doing in your area to end ISDS …