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Global inequality is about power, not just wealth

Corporate influence over policy-making damages human rights. Nick Buxton considers the impact of Davos.

Filed in: Corporations Economics Equality Poverty Wealth

The dirt on Olli Rehn

Introducing the EU’s austerity czar, a Finnish Eurocrat and self-styled archangel of fiscal sobriety.

Filed in: Economics Europe Politics

Country Profile: Central African Republic

The UN says it is at risk of descending into complete chaos. Ruby Diamonde provides an overview of a country in crisis.

Filed in: Central African Republic Economics Politics Society

Why success should be measured in chocolate-chip muffins

Chris Coltrane reflects on food banks, GDP and austerity.

Filed in: Economics Politics

Forget Flowers: it’s time to save our bank

The Co-op Bank has a proud past; as bondholders prepare to vote on a rescue package, Ryan Brightwell looks at the campaign to make sure it has an ethical future.

Filed in: Activism Economics England Finance

PODCAST: Green solutions

In this month’s Climate Radio, Phil England and guests discuss the IPCC report, divestment and the global recession.

Filed in: Climate Change Economics Energy Sustainability

Victory for education in the Caribbean

Campaigners are celebrating a tax justice win in the Dominican Republic, says Sophie Richmond.

Filed in: Dominican Republic Economics Poverty

PODCAST: The David and Goliath story of tax collection

In October’s Taxcast, Naomi Fowler finds out that Swiss villagers are sending profits from a mining company to humanitarian projects…

Filed in: Corporations Economics Finance Wealth

Why the problem of Bangladesh isn't solved yet

The people who make our clothes are economic prisoners, says Anna McMullen of Labour Behind the Label.

Filed in: Bangladesh Economics Poverty Work

Stop the foreclosures: Main Street takes on Wall Street

Samir Jeraj talks to a Californian mayor who is helping her constituents stay in their homes.

Filed in: Cities Economics Housing United States

Occupy, two years on

Jamie Kelsey-Fry reflects on the movement that has united people around the world.

Filed in: Activism Democracy Economics Politics

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