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Dismantle Corporate Power Dictionary

We have compiled a working list of definitions and terminology to equip community activists with language and understanding to challenge extractivism and dismantle corporate power. This dictionary is brought to you by the Alternative Information and Development Centre in partnership


Press Statement: UN Support for International Tax Reform is a Major Step Forward for Economic Justice!

The United Nations published a report by Secretary-General António Guterres today, in which he signals his support for multilateral negotiations on international tax reform under the auspices of the United Nations. This is a huge step forward for international tax


Communities’ ‘right to say no’ must be enshrined in the Binding Treaty!

Last month, the Alternative Information and Development Centre together with the Centre for Applied Legal Studies and Lawyers for Human Rights hosted a two-day indaba on the UN Binding Treaty on Business and Human Rights in Johannesburg. The theme was:


$750 Million World Bank Loan Myths

On 21 January 2022, the World Bank approved a $750 million (~R11.4 billion) loan to assist the South African fiscus. As part of the Bank’s “development policy loan” (DPL) programme, this loan is expected to have an interest rate of


The Corporate Impunity Pandemic Strikes Again! This time in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

The Corporate Impunity Pandemic Strikes Again! This time in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The Southern Africa Campaign to Dismantle Corporate Power | Statement | 3 September 2021 The Southern Africa Campaign to Dismantle Corporate Power is outraged by Catoca


“Our Land – Our Harvest” Amadiba Provide Urgent aid to Abahlali baseMjondolo

“Our Land – Our Harvest” Urgent aid to Abahlali baseMjondolo Amadiba Crisis Committee | Statement | 23 July 2021 Today Friday 23 July, a bakkie full of sweet potatoes, amadumbe, beans, oranges from the coast of Amadiba in Eastern Cape arrived at Briandene

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