New Internationalist

Corporations

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Bring workers’ rights back into fashion

Angered by the avoidable tragic factory collapse at Rana Plaza, Bangladesh, Mari Marcel Thekaekara looks at how we’ve regressed on employment.

Filed in: Bangladesh Corporations Human Rights India Politics Trade Unions Work

Which is the world’s worst company?

The Public Eye Awards are back to highlight the companies with the worst record in human rights and the environment. Amy Hall explains why.

Filed in: Activism Corporations Environment Human Rights

Another shocking rape attack in India

Mari Marcel Thekaekara calls for better policing after the recent attack on a young woman in Delhi.

Filed in: Corporations Feminism India Violence Women

The super-corporate pinball wizards

Could we be on the brink of the next financial crisis? We will be if mega-corporations have their way, says Tom Moriarty.

Filed in: Corporations Economics United Kingdom

Is it curtains for Fair Trade?

With corporates swarming all over the trade justice brand, David Ransom says Fair Trade must stick to its founding ideals or throw in the towel.

Filed in: Corporations Development (Aid) Economics Fair Trade United States

Out, damn logo! Reclaiming Shakespeare from the sponsors

An anarcho-thespian performance at the British Museum raises eyebrows – and awareness.

Filed in: Art Corporations Environment

Introducing... The Eight Great Greenwashers

Ahead of the Rio +20 Earth Summit, Danny Chivers exposes the canny, crafty and plain deceitful claims of corporations co-opting ‘sustainability’

Filed in: Agriculture Corporations Environment Mining Oil

Podcast: Danny Chivers on greenwashing and Rio+20

An interview with Danny Chivers on how corporations are greenwashing themselves and attempting to hijack the Rio+20 UN conference.

Filed in: Climate Change Corporations

How to get a handle on excessive pay

As workers rally on May Day, FairPensions call on ordinary investors to tackle over-the-top remuneration.

Filed in: Corporations

Who's profiting from the water crisis?

Big business sees water scarcity as a money-making opportunity. Joyce Nelson uncovers the dodgy dealings of the Aqueduct Alliance.

Filed in: Corporations Water

Occupy 2.0 cannot be evicted

On the day St Paul’s protesters are refused permission to appeal against eviction, Jamie Kelsey-Fry says it will not affect the movement’s momentum.

Filed in: Activism Corporations Democracy England Equality Finance Human Rights Social Change Wealth

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