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  • Big Picture Small World
    Mission is make sense of globalization by turning complexity into insight and opportunity, and interconnection into resources. BigPictureSmallWorld turns information overload into sensible knowledge via web films, curriculums, and workshops that lead to understanding and effective action.
  • Boycott World Bank Bonds
    The World Bank Bonds Boycott is an international grassroots campaign that is building political and financial pressure on the World Bank in the spirit of the anti-Apartheid movement. The campaign demands an end to the World Bank’s harmful “structural adjustment” programs and related policies; 100% cancellation of illegitimate international debt from the World Bank’s existing resources; and an end to environmentally destructive projects.
  • Debtweek
    A coalition organized to compel governments and international financial institutions to cancel and/or repudiate illegitimate debt in poverty stricken nations.
  • International Forum on Globalization
    The International Forum on Globalization (IFG) is an alliance of sixty leading activists, scholars, economists, researchers and writers formed to stimulate new thinking, joint activity, and public education in response to economic globalization.
  • Jubilee USA Network
    The Jubilee USA Network is comprised of individuals, groups and organizations committed to the cancellation of debt and will continue the work of Jubilee 2000/USA, consulting with the Global South on policy positions and campaign directions.
  • Public Citizen’s Global Trade Watch
    Public Citizen’s Global Trade Watch educates the public about the enormous impact of international trade and economic globalization on our jobs, the environment, public health and safety, and democratic accountability.
  • Third World Network
    The Third World Network is an independent non-profit international network of organizations and individuals involved in issues relating to development, the Third World and North–South issues.
  • Green America
    Practical steps for using consumer and investor power for social change. An excellent, effective organization with several regular publications, including The National Green Pages.