Protecting Rights. Ending Corporate Abuse

Act now

Be part of a movement by taking action with our partners – you can help build a fairer world that protects people and the environment from corporate abuse.

Ask your MP to support a UN Binding Treaty on Business and Human Rights

In today’s globalised economy, transnational corporations have amassed tremendous amounts of wealth and power. Governments from around the world are negotiating a UN Binding Treaty on Business and Human Rights that could fill a significant gap in international law. Now is the time to take action.  

Call for laws that put people and planet before profits

There is a growing, global movement for governments to pass mandatory human rights and environmental due diligence legislation, and it needs more power. If successful, companies and governments would be held accountable for failing to prevent all human rights violations.

Are you on the side of homeworkers?

Women working at home are the hidden hands behind the products we love. But they are paid a pittance and never know how much – or how little – work they will get. Big brands are turning a blind eye. It’s time to honour their work and call for them to have the same rights as all workers.

Urge the McDonald’s UK CEO to respect the McStrikers’ union

Call on McDonald’s CEO, Paul Pomroy, to recognise the McStrikers’ union, the Bakers Food and Allied Workers Union (BFAWU). McDonald’s workers made history in 2017 when they went on strike for the first time in the UK. They are winning their fight. In 2018, McDonald’s gave their workers the largest pay rise in a decade, but they still won’t recognise the workers’ union.

Stop public funding of climate-wrecking oil and gas overseas

Millions of pounds of taxpayers’ money is being pumped into oil and gas projects around the world – fuelling the climate crisis. Please sign our petition – and ask the government to stop funding climate-wrecking projects abroad.

Make Amazon pay their fair share

This year, Amazon have doubled their profits. Yet they are paying even less tax in the UK than last year. Ask the Chancellor to take action - and make companies like Amazon pay their fair share in taxes on profits made in the UK.