At a technical level GreenNet members operate as a network of ‘client’ computers all connected to a central server that lets them communicate with each other, and prompt actions in different points on the network.

But the tag cloud below gives a more interesting perspective on the voices and issues that are connected through the services we provide. Click on the tags to journey through the network of resources, projects, stories and campaigns from throughout the GreenNet community of people working for peace, the environment, gender equality and human rights. You’ll find alternative news headlines from the archives as well as interactive spaces to post events and job vacancies.

Alternatively, if you know the name of the organisation you’re looking for, you can browse through the full alphabetical list of members

Network news

17/07/2015   Media censors protests against Japan's defence expansion

Asahi ShimbunAsahi ShimbunJapanese PM Shinzo Abe has silenced debate on controversial “Peace and Security” legislation. Opposition politicians protested the move while thousands of people took to the streets. The unconstitutional legislation contravenes Article 9 of Japan’s post-war Peace Constitution.

16/07/2015   War-zone child refugees deported at 18

Counterpoints ArtsCounterpoints Arts2000 lone children come to the UK from Iraq and Afghanistan every year. Even without documents or evidence they are protected by the Children Act and can settle into British life, do well at school, make friends… But when they reach 18 they are deported back to a war zone. Watch the Refugee Council’s new BBC investigation.

11/07/2015   Charities call for enquiry on "UK:KGB"

Amnesty’s Kate Allen has called Government spying on charities “straight out of the KGB handbook”. With Liberty and Privacy International, AI is calling for an enquiry into GCHQ. The ITP, while maintaining surveillance is “lawful”, has revealed that intercepted comms data was retained illegally.

Upcoming events

8 Aug 15

On 8th August we return to Yarls Wood women's immigration detention centre in force - join us in a movement that can bring an end to the hated, rotten, racist system of detention.

Hundreds of protesters will travel to Yarl's Wood IRC, to join with the women inside in demanding Yarl's Wood be Shut Down and the complete abolition of immigration detention  - building on the massive powerful protest of the 6th June.

7 Sep 15

Every year, amazing individuals and organisations work tirelessly to protect and promote our rights and freedoms. Too often their struggles are long and unrelenting; every victory is hard won. The Liberty Human Rights Awards give us a unique opportunity to honour these dedicated people, and celebrate their remarkable endeavours.

12 Sep 15

On Saturday 12th Sept, take part in a big day of action to challenge the arms fair on the weekend before the arms fair begins.

This fun and accessible action will be the culmination of a week of action in the run up to the arms fair to make it as difficult as possible for it to go ahead. Exhibition equipment and military hardware will be rolling (or sailing) into ExCel – let’s stop it getting to its destination!

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