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Protesters will today (12 September) take action to mark the opening of London Fashion week with the message “Don’t mention the garment workers”.
As it announces its half-year figures, the world’s largest security company, G4S, faces growing pressure to end complicity in Israel’s torture and ill-treatment of Palestinians.
Royal Dutch Shell faces heavy criticism that it has turned its back on the victims of human rights and environmental abuse caused by the company, despite UN pressure for urgent remedial measures.
War on Want is joining forces with political activist and fashion designer Katharine Hamnett to protect garment workers making clothes for UK retailers.
The new Watchkeeper drone being developed for the UK military is based on a model Israel has ‘field tested’ in attacks on Gaza, says War on Want.
A new report, Alliance Boots & the Tax Gap unveils for the first time the full extent of tax avoidance by the multinational pharmacy-led health and beauty group.
The charity working to win compensation for destitute victims of the Rana Plaza disaster in Bangladesh has urged Matalan model Abbey Clancy to back their calls for help.
The global development NGO War on Want is calling on supporters to take action to help abolish the UK’s tax havens as soon as possible.
Fashion retailer Topshop has rejected moves to prevent further disasters in garment factories in Bangladesh.
Campaigners have demanded action from governments and companies to end the use of sandblasting and other unsafe processes in the manufacture of denim jeans.
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