The Democracy Project

2011 was a year of revolution. The Arab Spring was followed by a summer of protests across Southern Europe, with the Occupy movement emerging in the US in the autumn. Beginning with Occupy Wall Street in New York, camps sprang up in dozens of countries and hundreds of cities and towns – 600 in the US alone

From Ashes to Hope

One chief economist rolled up his sleeves and used his photography to voice the plight of suffering women. Michel Juvet's The Skies Weep No More documents Burundi women's suffering through image and poetry 

Freedom Fighters

Combating human trafficking is a daunting task but one ‘Not for Sale’ is bent on tackling from the ground up

Worldwide Water Crisis Looms

The summer of 2012 has been one of the hottest years on record and nothing beats the heat better than an icy cold glass of water. Someday soon, however, this simple pleasure may be harder to come by. Intense sun and sparse rainfall is causing a massive drought across the United States. The unprecedented heat wave is affecting fresh water supplies

Time to UNdeny

It’s as easy as signing your name but the support you’ll be giving to ongoing efforts in Haiti is insurmountable. Combating the widespread cholera that has rocked this already troubled island has become a number one priority, and now that it is clear the finger of blame should be directed at the United Nations, they are also a nation fighting for justice

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Posted by Greenpeace UK on Monday, 6 February 2017