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Nick Dearden

Nick Dearden is the director of Global Justice Now (formerly World
Development Movement) and former director of Jubilee Debt Campaign.

Nick Dearden is known as @@nickdearden75 on Twitter

Articles by Nick Dearden

Someone wearing a grey hoodie walks through a field of strawberries holding a box. Other people pick fruit in the background.
Ahead of their event on resisting monopoly capitalism, Global Justice Now’s Nick Dearden explains the rise of ‘food...
Pictured in Carbis Bay – one of the UK's most deprived areas hit particularly hard by neoliberal austerity policies – US President Joe Biden greets Prime Minister Boris Johnson in the run-up to the G7 summit. Credit: Andrew Parsons. CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
Nick Dearden on how the G7 continues to stand in the way of a more democratic international order. 
Having blocked proposals from Global South countries to suspend intellectual property on Covid-19 vaccines, the UK is now on...
UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak jettisoned the UK's pledge to retain the UK's 0.7 per cent foreign aid commitment this week. Credit: Andrew Parsons
Britain’s aid budget cut is the act of a callous government. But we must re-think aid if we’re to turn the tide, writes Nick...
As the World Bank and IMF sound the alarm on debts driven sky high by Covid-19 in some of the world’s poorest nations, Nick...
A pedestrian wearing a face mask, as a preventive measure against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), walks past posters on the street that read "No to the payment of the debt. Break with the IMF", in Buenos Aires, Argentina May 27, 2020. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
Since the early 2000s, Argentina has been forced into a cycle of debt and austerity. Nick Dearden presents solutions to this...
Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaking at the opening of the UK-Africa Investment Summit, in London, 20 January 2020. Picture: DFID/Michael Hughes
The government’s ‘international development’ strategy is a red herring for dubious private financing, argues Nick Dearden
Nick Dearden examines what’s at stake in the UK general election, and how the result is likely to impact global justice.
How did we get to the point where two African countries are trying to shut down our aid funded schools? Nick Dearden asks.
President Correa continues to blast the interests of corporations and international finance, reports Nick Dearden.
It is good that the toxic Trans Pacific Partnership is dead, but it is unions and campaigners we should thank, argues Nick...
If the deal comes into effect, hundreds of US-based corporations will be able to sue the UK, through Canada, writes Nick Dearden.

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