The Make Amazon Pay campaign brings together over 80 organisations working towards labour, tax, climate, data and racial justice, and over 400 parliamentarians and tens of thousands of supporters from across the world. Since 2020, we have organised four global days of action — each time growing our planetary movement to stop Amazon squeezing workers, communities and the planet.
Watch the videos from our past global days of actions here:
Progressive International unites, organizes, and mobilizes progressive forces around the world.
A research institution working to generate public, policy-relevant, actionable and accessible knowledge from the frontiers of tech and society, to support the creation of a fair, free, and equitable society.
A research and advocacy organization shedding light on algorithmic decision-making processes that have a social relevance, processes used either to predict or prescribe human action or to make decisions automatically.
An alliance of activitists that seek to build a useful tool for social movements and citizenship based on anti-capitalism, anti-globalization, responsible consumption, defense of public and environmentalism
An independent, not-for-profit, multi-stakeholder co-operative with open membership, which provides all the tools and resources consumers need, to make choices at the checkout simple, informed and effective.
Friends of the Earth/Les Amis de la Terre fight for a transition to sustainable societies in both the Global South and the Global North, with a shared vision for global social and environmental justice.
Gen-Z for Change is a youth-led nonprofit organization utilizing digital tactics, tools, and coalitions to make a tangible change on the ground for issues that disproportionately affect marginalized communities.
Global Labor Justice - International Labor Rights Forum
GLJ-ILRF holds global corporations accountable for labor rights violations in their supply chains, advances policies that protect decent work and just migration, and strengthens freedom of association, collective bargaining, and worker organizations.
Global Justice Now is part of a global movement to create a more just and equal world. We mobilise people in the UK for change, and act in solidarity with those fighting injustice, particularly in the global south.
Representing 200 million workers in 332 national affiliates, the ITUC promotes workers' rights and interests through international cooperation between trade unions, global campaigning and advocacy within major global institutions.
Our Revolution focuses on elections for a progressive representation in the USA and further to that, works on organizing a powerful grassroots movement inside the halls of power and in the streets to win transformative change.
A non-profit organization in Japan committed to international social and economic justice, working with a variety of people's movements to foster solidarity links throughout the Asian Pacific region and beyond.
Partners for Dignity & Rights (formerly National Economic and Social Rights Initiative) envisions a just world where everyone is treated with dignity, everyone’s human needs are met, and everyone can thrive and reach their full potential.
The global justice organisation of the Australian union movement, working to support stronger union and social movements in thirteen locations in Southeast Asia, the Pacific, the Middle East, and Southern Africa.
In 2015, worker organizations, allies, and technical advisors came together to create the Worker-driven Social Responsibility Network for the purpose of expanding, promoting, and replicating this model in supply chains around the world.