DMOZ Internet Directory
Protests, boycotts, strikes, class action suits, and other organized actions against corporations.
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- News on the politics of brand hegemony and corporate power, and of acts of organized and disorganized resistance from all over the world. A forum for discussion and debate, and for sharing information, strategies of subversion and creative alternatives.
The International Campaign for Justice in Bhopal
- Regular updates, the class action suit against Union Carbide Corporation, and activities of organizations for survivors of the disaster.
Corporate Accountability International
- Grassroots corporate watchdog organization; membership information, campaign updates, job openings, and press releases.
- Group working on a campaign to eliminate the corrosive political influence of corporations and restore democracy to the people. Founded by Ralph Nader.
Essential Action: Boycott Shell/Free Nigeria Campaign
- The campaign for environmental justice and corporate accountability for Shell's operations in Nigeria. Background, tools and action ideas for campaigning in your community or campus.
Socialism Today on World Trade Organization
- Single page review of the powerful gathering of protesters in Seattle in 1999.
Boycott Georgia Pacific
- Urges a boycott of G-P's products unless construction is halted on a pipeline that endangers the St. Johns River in Florida.
You've been Kmarted
- Urges boycotts by US consumers of corporations who are off-shoring their workforces, with an extensive list of corporate names, and links to sites detailing the issue and the successes of past actions.
Top 10 Reasons to Boycott FedEx
- Gives several detailed explanations of bad labor practices and relations with customers and neighbors, with links to external articles.
Coalition Against Bayer-Dangers (CBG)
- Describes campaigns relating labor practices, environmental issue, and drug safety. Formerly known as Bayerwatch. [English/German/French/Italian/Spanish]
Food Page - Boycott of Food Companies
- Urges boycotts of three large food producers - Phillip Morris, Nestle, and Unilever. Includes background information and links to sites detailing the offending activities of each. [German/English]
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