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New ACTSA Report: ‘The Money Drain’

Action for Southern Africa (ACTSA) has published a new report, The Money Drain: How Trade Misinvoicing and Unjust Debt Undermine Economic and Social Rights in Southern Africa. The report is available here:  https://actsa.org/the-money-drain/. ACTSA finds that the Southern African Development … Continue reading

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Reclaiming Internationalism at Labour Party Conference

Join Kate Osamor MP; Momentum’s Laura Parker; author, activist and editor Firoze Manji; author and commentator Vijay Prashad and representatives from MST, Brazil’s Landless Worker’s Movement  for a drink and to hear their visions for a World for the Many! … Continue reading

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New Briefing – Changing Track: Putting people before Corporations

New research  published by Health Poverty Action, the People’s Health Movement, Medico International and Viva Salud shows that ten years on from the global financial crisis governments are still putting companies above basic human rights – diverting an astronomical $1 trillion worth of … Continue reading

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Cannabis: Regulate it. Tax it. Support the NHS. Promote public health.

The so-called ‘war on drugs’ was always built on shaky foundations. Now countries and jurisdictions around the world are dismantling it piece by piece and building a new, 21st century approach to drugs that puts public health first. Nowhere are the … Continue reading

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The Alternatives: Global Perspectives for Healthier lives

The scale of the global health challenges we face can make it easy to forget that alternatives are possible. But not only are they possible – they are being implemented right now! Around the world, there are countries and approaches … Continue reading

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Join us at Labour Party Conference

Reclaiming Internationalism: Moving UK Development Policy Beyond Empire 2.0 The current neoliberal approach to international development has failed to tackle the root causes of global poverty and inequality and left existing power relations intact. This event explores an alternative vision … Continue reading

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Africa subsidises the rest of the world by over $40 billion in one year, according to new research

Much more wealth is leaving the world’s most impoverished continent than is entering it, according to new research into total financial flows into and out of Africa. The study finds that African countries receive $161.6 billion in resources such as … Continue reading

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