War on Want publishes reports and research across a broad range of development issues. Below is a downloadable list of our most recent reports in PDF format. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the files on your computer.
The General Election-have your voice heard.
This report outlines in detail the tax avoidance strategy adopted by McDonald’s and its tax impact both throughout Europe and in major markets like France, Italy, Spain and the U.K.
The secret trade deal set to take our jobs, our public services and our democracy.
The true story of Africa's billion dollar losses
G4S, the world’s largest private security company, represents the new ideology of security in a neoliberal world. The company’s rapid growth is driven by the privatisation of security, warfare, prisons and a range of public services.
Making fashion's factories safe
Across the world, companies are actively fuelling armed conflict in resouce-rich countries
A charter for deregulation, an attack on jobs, an end to democracy
UK complicity in Israel's crimes against the Palestinian people
At its heart, the Right to the City is more than just improving people’s neighbourhoods and housing, or improving the city and its surroundings. It is about democratic control over the city, with the right to access, occupy and use urban space.
Western brands’ failure to ensure workplace safety and our campaign to hold them to account
Winning the fight for social justice
Over 1,100 people, mainly female garment workers, were killed and thousands more were injured when the Rana Plaza building collapsed in Savar on the outskirt s of Dhaka, Bangladesh on 24 April 2013.
The human cost of distressed jeans
The billions dodged and our campaign to stop the UK government fuelling tax avoidance
The UK government is slashing spending on vital public services and welfare, increasing poverty and inequality. At a time when vulnerable people are bearing the brunt of the cuts, the UK government is making it easier for multinational companies to cut their tax bills.
This report reveals how DFID has been using hundreds of millions of pounds of taxpayers’ money with the express purpose of extending the power of agribusiness over the production of food, especially in sub-Saharan Africa.
The government should scrap its proposals for an anti-abuse rule that targets only ‘artificial and abusive’ tax avoidance.