A Bitter Cup

July 2010

Although the tea industry is booming and UK supermarkets are cashing in, workers in India and Keny are harassed, poorly paid  and denied trade union rights on tea plantations and in tea packing factories.

A Bitter Cup.pdf

Umdiliya omuncu (Sour Grapes Xhosa version)

June 2011

Our Sour Grapes report translated into Xhosa

7001 Sour Grapes report Xhosa.pdf

Annual Review 2011

January 2011

The coming year will be a special one for War on Want, as the organisation marks its 60th birthday. This annual review looks back at our proud history, as well as looking forward to what we wish to achieve in the year ahead.

29121_PL_Review 2010.pdf

2005 and Sustainable Development: Why the UK Government is Part of the Problem - Gleneagles Update

July 2005

Update of the report issued at the beginning of such a crucial year. Does the UK government still remain one of the chief obstacles in the fight against international poverty?

2005 and sustainable development - why the UK government is part of the problem.pdf

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