21 December, 2018 - 13:26
  *Dear GreenNet friends,* *December 2018* It's time for our annual GreenNet winter newsletter. We'd like to thank you for your support in 2018 and wish you a very merry festive season. We've been busy this year, but if you just want to see when our office is closed for the holidays, please skip <#opening> to the end of this message. New Staff We warmly welcomed Claire to the team, bringing computer science as well as serious web development skills to the collective.
26 October, 2018 - 20:03
Bank notes
This month, which marks the eighth anniversary of the death of Jimmy Mubenga, the Stansted 15 face trial for taking a stand against brutal treatment on deportation flights. Meanwhile, Transparency International and Global Witness have published a report which highlights the sale of 'golden visas' to foreign plutocrats without adequate background checks.
14 October, 2018 - 23:25
JCB vehicle demolishing buildings
This month, the village of Khan al-Ahmar in the occupied West Bank is due to be demolished by Israeli forces, in an action classed as a war crime under the statute of the International Criminal Court. Campaign group Corporate Occupation is calling for British company JCB, whose machinery is used by the Israeli army, to be held to account.
22 June, 2016 - 16:01
Oaxaca, police shot and killed eight people in Nochixtlán, including a professor of indigenous studies and a teacher’s son, and wounded 45 others by gunfire. Twenty-two people have “disappeared” after the attack. By APC (APCNews)June 2016
5 May, 2016 - 00:00
Not only is the site selected for a national nuclear waste dump in South Australia’s Flinders mountain range Aboriginal spiritual land, it’s also subject to seismic activity and flooding. Sign the petition against #barndiootadump.The Australian Federal Government has announced that the Flinders Ranges in South Australia has been selected as the preferred site for a national nuclear waste dump.
17 April, 2016 - 11:44
Scientists predict at least a 50% probability of a Chernobyl-type event happening in the next 30-60 years, with a 50% probability of a Fukushima-type event in the next 65-150 years. Although highly uncertain, these risks are much larger than industry estimates suggest, exposing significant defects in nuclear safety.
10 March, 2016 - 11:36
Israeli military surveillance balloons spying on the Las Condes and Lo Barnechea districts since August of 2015 must be removed immediately, the Court of Appeals of Santiago has ruled in a victory for Derechos Digitales and 2 other Chilean human rights organisations.
27 February, 2016 - 14:44
The UK is letting corporate human rights abusers off the hook, a new Amnesty report claims. The UK National Contact Point for OECD Guidelines is biased and unreliable. Its failure to investigate properly allows UK companies to avoid accountability, even in cases where serious abuses are alleged. 
12 February, 2016 - 14:21
High street Barclays branches across 5 cities have been closed by protests highlighting the social and environmental impacts of the bank’s investments in coal, tar sands and fracking. Sit-ins and occupations of Barclays branches have taken place in London, Leeds, Sheffield, Lancaster and Oxford. The protests caused major disruption, forcing Barclays to turn away customers and close several branches.  
6 January, 2016 - 14:26
Leigh Day, lawyers for Campaign Against Arms Trade, are exploring legal action over strong evidence of Saudi war crimes being committed in Yemen, while the Government has scrapped its committee on arms export controls. The MoD has made a separate complaint against Leigh Day’s representation of tortured and murdered detainees in Iraq.