24/05/2011   MPs oppose moratorium on shale gas drilling

Despite a ban in France, law suits in the US and campaigns in Canada and Europe MPs have rejected calls for a moratorium on shale gas exploration in the UK.

15/05/2011   Faslane Nuclear Submarine Base blockaded

Trident Ploughshares and Faslane Peace Camp jointly blockaded Faslane from 7am Tuesday 10 May, shutting down the Trident submarine base for two and a half hours.

06/05/2011   Fight back against Ad Agency's "Radical Media" threats

Glossy corporate advertisers @radical.media, a “global transmedia company”, have forced Peace News activists to rename their Radical Media Conference, claiming intellectual property infringement.

13/04/2011   Support Malaysian websites under attack

MalaysiakiniMalaysiakini Help us keep the information from critical Malaysian websites up and flowing. Unprecedented attacks on these sites during the current elections in Sarawak are preventing people from accessing information about the corruption endemic in Malaysian politics.

12/04/2011   Forced evictions of Serbian Roma violate human rights

DevInfo in ActionDevInfo in ActionRoma communities in Serbia are being forcibly evicted without the safeguards required under international human rights legislation. Forcibly evicted Roma have been resettled in metal containers and displaced to southern Serbia.

07/04/2011   A definitive guide to NGOs in World Politics

© SVEN DILLEN/AFP/Getty Images© SVEN DILLEN/AFP/Getty ImagesProfessor Peter Willetts’ radical new book gives insights on NGOs in international law, policy-making, and as the true originators of the internet.

21/03/2011   Wave of protests against UK’s "nuclear renaissance"

Boycott EDFBoycott EDFAs the tragedy at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant continues to unfold, campaign group Kick Nuclear is joining anti-nuclear activists from around the UK to plan a series of demonstrations and direct action events, including a boycott of EDF Energy.

17/03/2011   BP violating human rights with flagship pipeline

Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipelineBaku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipelineEnvironment and human rights groups claim BP is in breach of multi-million pound loan agreements, backed by UK taxpayers, after its BTC oil pipeline was ruled to have broken OECD guidelines.

09/03/2011   Private sector to profit from NHS Blood Bank

A new Department of Health review is planning to sell off the NHS Blood and Transplant’s storage and distribution services. Some of its operations are already privately run, including transport, communications and admin.