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.


Strategy Conversations: From Protest to Proposal – Launch of Alternative Proposal to the Global Investment Regime

by Aldo Orellana López and Thomas Mc Donagh, for the NJGI / September, 2014

ATTAC Summer University for the Social Movements: Challenging the Corporate Trade and Investment Agenda in Europe 19th – 23rd August 2014

By Thomas Mc Donagh and Manuel Pérez-Rocha, for the NJGI / September, 2014

Protesters in D.C. ask for halt to gold mining in El Salvador, say it will endanger ecology

Source: Washingtonpost.com / by Pamela Constable / September 15, 2014

Tens of Thousands Call On OceanaGold to Drop its Suit Against El Salvador as Secret Hearings Begin at World Bank Tribunal

Source: Miningwatch.ca / September 10, 2014

Ottawa Groups Ask Australian High Commissioner to Support El Salvador over Mining Conflict with Australian Firm, OceanaGold

Source: Canadians.org – Joint Media Release / September 18, 2014

Philippine groups express solidarity to people of El Salvador in fight against mining giant Oceana Gold

Source: Focusweb.org / September 10, 2014

Maritime Union Australia stage Sydney rally over OceanaGold lawsuit

Source: Demotix.com / September 5, 2014

El Salvador’s struggle for democratic authority

Source: Canadians.org / September 29, 2014

Canada-EU trade agreement (CETA): More than 130 civil society organizations reiterate their rejection of an agreement that’s disastrous for people and the planet

Source: Canadians.org / September, 2014 (Find more on CETA from our colleagues in the social movements)

TAKE ACTION – Time for a real debate on CETA

Source: Canadians.org

Statement on the historic Resolution of the UNHRC on a Binding Treaty for Transnational Corporations and Human Rights

Source: Stopcorporateimpunity.org / September, 2014