Today we have the possibility to turn the threat of war around. There is renewed hope that the global community can make that turn now, today.
Five years after the financial meltdown, the G20 continues promoting failed neoliberal policies that are condemning the world to a vicious cycle of crisis and environmental collapse.
"Today I'm risking arrest to urge president Obama to be the leader that puts healing the planet and families over the interests of the fossil fuel industry."
A call to Congress for a cease-fire in Libya, issued by U.S. Non-Governmental Organizations that support human rights and democracy in Africa.
Over 30 national organizations signed this letter urging President Obama to take action at home and abroad to stop rampant financial speculation.
International civil society organizations urge G-20 leaders to make progress on taxing financial speculation at summit in Seoul.
The IMF gives with one hand and takes with another.
A coalition of global justice groups give a statement on climate change while in Bangkok for an international strategy meeting.
Research shows the G-20 needs to shift priorities.
We applaud efforts to cap bailout pay, but are concerned about reports of weak Treasury rules.