Time for a New Deal

June 2007

Social dialogue and the informal economy in Zambia

PDF icon Time for a New Deal.pdf

The State of Tea

March 1974

"A War on Want investigation into Sri Lanka's tea industry and the plight of the estate workers"

PDF icon the state of tea 1974.pdf

The Living Wage

September 2013

Winning the fight for social justice

PDF icon The Living Wage - War on Want.PDF

The Hunger Games

December 2012

This report reveals how DFID has been using hundreds of millions of pounds of taxpayers’ money with the express purpose of extending the power of agribusiness over the production of food, especially in sub-Saharan Africa.

PDF icon The Hunger Games 2012.pdf

The G8 - A study in power

July 2005

The G8 are gathering in Gleneagles, but what do they hope to achieve?

PDF icon The G8 - a study in power.pdf

The Baby Killer

March 1974

War on Want was the first organisation to draw attention to the damage caused by baby milk companies with its groundbreaking 1974 publication The Baby Killer.

PDF icon THE BABY KILLER 1974.pdf

The babaçu breakers of Brazil

November 2007

Fighting for the protection of the forest and their way of life

PDF icon The Babacu Breakers of Brazil.pdf

Tax Havens Briefing

August 2003

Uncover the hidden world of financial globalisation with our Tax Havens briefing paper. Read how big business avoids paying its dues through the offshore banking system and how this impacts on development.

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