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Corporate responsibility unmasked

‘Corporate Responsibility’ is one of the hot business strategies of our time. All the multinationals are at it. Over the last decade an extremely profitable industry has sprung up with the sole aim of helping callous companies mend their ways, spruce up their image, and get those pesky campaigners off their backs. The NI exposes this not-so-subtle strategy to avoid regulation, silence critics, and in many cases continue with the activities that tarnished their image in the first place.

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Big Bad World

Cartoonist *Polyp* on an uninvited guest.

Companies who care?

Should we be persuaded by the clean green claims of big business? *Jess Worth* thinks not.

Another production is possible

by Boaventura de Sousa Santos (ed)

How to withdraw from Iraq

*Chris Abbott* makes five proposals
Black Gold

Black Gold

by Marc and Nick Francis

Manufacturing Dissent

by Rick Caine and Debbie Melnyk

Jesus Camp

directed by Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady

Girls of Riyadh

by Rajaa Alsanea

Afriki

by Habib Koité & Bamada

Fucking Cowboys

by Gnawa Diffusion
Burma's horrorscopes

Burma's horrorscopes

Burmese junta floored by flying panties.
Citizens attacked

Citizens attacked

Palestinian refugees attacked in Lebanon.

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