Gaza: Farming under siege

Corporate Watch researchers visited the Gaza Strip during November and December

Ecostream campaign victorious

Brighton’s Ecostream store has closed down after a two year campaign

‘We want to work without being treated as slaves’

During January 2013, Corporate Watch conducted interviews with Palestinians who work

A shareholder activist’s account of the G4S AGM

The G4S AGM, on 5 June 2014, passed with predictable controversy.

L-3 and Garrett supplying equipment for Gaza checkpoint

The Beit Hanoun (Erez) crossing is the only crossing for people

Workers paid below the minimum wage in the Israeli settlement of Na’ama

During January 2013, Corporate Watch conducted interviews with Palestinians who work

‘Prevent these Israeli war crimes that kill our dreams and kill our children’

Unpiloted aircraft, known as drones in the arms industry, have become

Trade Unions join protest against SodaStream

Members from eight UK trade unions joined the long running weekly

Poverty wages and child labour in the settlement of Beit Ha’Arava

During January and February 2013 Corporate Watch conducted interviews with Palestinians

Gaza’s Ark project attacked with explosives

Yesterday, the 29th of April 2014, a boat which planned to

Avoiding accountability: Life in Ramleh prison hospital

Corporate Watch has been investigating the companies involved in the Israeli

Oxfam’s PR firm helping to greenwash Sodastream

UPDATE 09/04/2014 – Response from Oxfam America: Oxfam claims that “Fenton

Anti militarists launch private prosecution against arms companies

A statement by the activists lawyers reads: “Hodge Jones & Allen

Life for a sick Palestinian prisoner in the Israeli prison complex

International action has been called for in solidarity with prisoners held

Cases dropped against arms fair campaigners

This week the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) discontinued a case against