As NAFTA 2.0 hangs in balance, U.S. and Canadian organizations recommend new rules for future trade agreements that prioritize people and planet, not corporations.
Moral Budget report press call will release details exploding myth that we can’t afford to end poverty and racism ahead of 2020 candidates forum
Indigenous people call on Pan American Silver to cease local interference out of respect for the consultation process in Guatemala
Pan American Silver’s “community relations” taking place in parallel to the consultation process are coercive, heighten tensions, and jeopardize the free nature of the process.
MEDIA ADVISORY: The Institute for Policy Studies and Raskin Family to Present First Annual Marcus Raskin Award for Civic and Intellectual Courage
Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II will receive the award in honor of the late Marcus Raskin’s legacy
The decision will be precedent-setting for the future of social protest in Peru.
More than one hundred organizations reject the unjust payment of USD $31 million to Canadian mining company Bear Creek
Groups call for the annulment of sentence against Aymara spokesperson in the Peruvian Supreme Court
North American Organizations Call on the Canadian Government to Stand Up to Washington’s Bullying on NAFTA, and to Strike a Fair Trade Deal
Organizations denounce Trump’s ‘divide and conquer’ strategy.
June 12, 2018, U.S. Capitol Building
North American organizations call for an immediate suspension of the accelerated NAFTA talks until negotiating climate improves
Organizations say negotiations are being carried on with public left in the dark
Report Finds Excessive CEO Pay, Underpaid Workers at National, Regional Banks
Wall Street Bonus Pool Dwarfs ‘Tax Reform Bonuses’ and Minimum Wage Earnings While Contributing to Gender Inequality
Just-released figures from the New York State Comptroller show Wall Street banks handed out $31.4 billion in bonuses to their New York City-based employees for 2017 performance, up 17 percent over 2016
The Private Jet Industry Spent $56 Million Dollars to Lobby Congress to Save More than $1 Billion in Taxes for America’s Most Affluent Fliers
The National Priorities Project is joining the Institute for Policy Studies to fight for a budget that prioritizes people over profit.
Research compiled by the Institute for Policy Studies reveals Kip Tom of Tom Farms is the 9th largest farm subsidy recipient in Indiana.
“Green Climate Fund: A Performance Check” found that only seven percent of the $2.2 billion in funds already allocated to projects and programs will pass through national or subnational developing country institutions.