Results for Campaigns & Activism

Campaign Round-Up (Issue 97)

Campaign Round-Up (Issue 97)

February 11, 2008 Whether it's managing your corporate carbon, greening your gaming or exchanging your clothes, it's all part of this edition's round-up of campaigns for December and January. Read more >
Campaign Round-Up (October/November 2007)

Campaign Round-Up (October/November 2007)

November 21, 2007 Does the 'war on terror' justify human rights abuses? And are women still facing discrimination? These are a couple of the issues covered in this edition of Briefing. These, and of course, crisps. Read more >
Campaign Round-Up (Issue 94)

Campaign Round-Up (Issue 94)

July 30, 2007 Saving the rainforest, switching to energy efficient light bulbs and walking for a very long time – it's all about the environment in this edition's campaigns round-up. Read more >
Campaign Round-Up (Issue 93)

Campaign Round-Up (Issue 93)

May 21, 2007 War on Want and the price of cut flowers, finding a voice for the public sector, and who is really paying for your affordable supermarket food? Read more >
Campaign round-up (Issue 92)

Campaign round-up (Issue 92)

March 28, 2007 Save Our Selves launches, London businesses work together and banks challenged on investments in companies carrying out human rights violations. Read more >
An opportunity not to be missed

An opportunity not to be missed

March 28, 2007 Stephen Hale of the Green Alliance on why governments, businesses and individuals will need to all play their part in reducing their impacts on the world’s climate. Read more >
Campaign round-up December 2006/January 2007

Campaign round-up December 2006/January 2007

January 30, 2007 The commercialisation of childhood, the production of more affordable medicines for poorer countries, and calls for Shell to use its profits to clear up pollution, are the campaigns for the first Briefing of 2007. Read more >
New rules, new expectations

New rules, new expectations

January 30, 2007 Although the new UK Companies Act broadens directors’ duties beyond the traditional short-term profit motive, there is some way to go before companies are held fully accountable for their social and environmental impacts, argues Simon McRae of War on Want. Read more >