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The UK is the lead exporter in Europe of deadly agrochemicals such as Paraquat that have devastating effects on humans, animals and the environment across the Global South.
The catastrophe facing the Palestinian people is a defining global justice issue of our time.
The global garment industry employs up to 60 million people worldwide and makes billions in profits each year. Yet most garment workers, mainly young women, have never benefited from this wealth.
McDonald’s workers face poverty wages, insecure hours and abuse at work. Workers are coming together in the McStrike to build power in numbers and win better working conditions, including through bold strike action.
The global food system is broken. Although there is enough fertile land in the world to grow food for everyone, industrial agriculture feeds corporate profits instead of people.
The world is in crisis. Climate catastrophe, unprecedented global inequality and the Covid-19 pandemic are ravaging the lives and lands of the world’s poorest and most marginalised communities.
Militarised wars and conflicts are major causes of global poverty. Caused by governments, companies, or individuals, they devastate and displace communities, and lead to grave human rights abuses, the loss of life, livelihoods, and social protections. 
Trade affects almost every aspect of our lives. From the food we eat to the price of medicine, our private data and our ability to take action on the climate crisis, trade deals shape our societies and livelihoods. 
The climate crisis is the most pressing ethical and political issue of our lifetime. We have ten years left to keep global heating to a maximum of 1.5°C and avoid catastrophic climate violence.