About the Project

The Network for Justice in Global Investment is a joint effort by citizens and organizations in a variety of countries to challenge one of the most anti-democratic aspects of the global economic order – the rules governing international investment. Read More.


The civil society efforts towards a Climate Justice Tribunal

By Elizabeth Peredo Beltrán – Bolivia

So far, climate change can be considered as one of the most serious crimes against Humanity and against Mother Earth. It is also the clearest symptom of a deep civilization crisis that affects millions of people in the world. Millions of peoples are forced to leave their territories because of the threats of natural disasters caused by climate

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Reclaiming Public Interest in Europe’s International Investment Policy

July, 2010

Source: Transnational Institute

EU Investment Agreements in the Lisbon Treaty Era

A clear and plain language guide to the EU’s neoliberal investment regime, explaining both the social and environmental costs of  prying open poor, vulnerable countries’ economies, as well as outlining a number of ethical alternatives.

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Note from the Editor:

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The EU Commission adopts a draft regulation and a Communication on the EU’s international investment protection agreements

July 7, 2010

Source: S2B Network

S2B Press Release 07-07-2010

Be Thankful It’s British, not Canadian, Petroleum

June 15, 2010

By Carl Pope

Source: Sierra Club

San Francisco — As we wait for President Obama’s speech tonight on the oil catastrophe in the Gulf, it’s important to understand that many of the options he has discussed — from requiring BP to set funds aside in escrow for cleanup to asking Congress to raise the liability limit on oil companies — are

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