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Crude Designs

November 2005

The rip-off of Iraq's oil wealth

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Asda Wal-Mart - The Alternative Report

September 2005

This report looks at the world’s largest retail company, Wal-Mart, known in the UK as Asda. It has built a global empire of supermarkets on an image of ‘always low prices’ which has taken a toll on its employees.

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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?

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The G8 - A study in power

July 2005

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

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NAMA Briefing

April 2005

The Doha Deindustrialisation Agenda: Non-Agricultural Market Access Negotiations at the WTO. The NAMA negotiations are of extreme importance to developing countries.

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Caterpillar - The Alternative Report

March 2005

War on Want's alternative company report examines Caterpillar's idea of corporate social responsibility, it's part in the destruction of thousands of Palestinian homes and the construction of the illegal separation wall.

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Working on the Margins - Informal Economy Workers in Africa Briefing

February 2005

Outline of the research project launched by War on Want and its Zambian partner organisations. The project aims to promote effective participation of associations in policy formulation processes.

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Palestine 2005 Briefing

January 2005

Time for sanctions against Israel

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