Transform Defence for Sustainable Human Safety
COP27 proved to be really productive for Tipping Point North South (TPNS), with a major side event on emissions as well as a publication launch on military spending, Climate Collateral.
14/11/2022 As the world’s climate negotiators gather in Egypt for the 27th annual climate talks, a new report reveals that …
To mark UN International Day of Peace TPNS is releasing its latest publication How to Transform Defence for Sustainable Human Safety: 10 Talking Points for a Difficult Conversation.
As we enter the sixth month of the Russian invasion of Ukraine TPNS has written an Open Letter to Antonio …
Divert. Transform. Sustain.
Targeting global military spending – and the public perception of it – in order to redirect our taxes and fund ‘what the world wants and needs’.
Green New Deal Plus argues that we cannot exempt the world’s militaries from all current and future plans for Green New Deals, wherever they may be advocated.
Make Apartheid History (once and for all) is an international project that brings together creative individuals, organisations and networks from around the world
An end to the ‘triple evils’ of poverty, racism and militarism in our lifetime
What would you do to save Bethlehem? Director Leila Sansour set out to find the answer for herself. Four years later, she found it.
It is the story of an untold chapter in the history of people power. By turns uplifting and chilling, it reveals both the power and potential of ordinary people, as well as the dark underbelly of the war machine.
The Power of Us, a film about co-operation, is fully developed.
Co-operation is in our DNA – from the personal to the political, from the social to the economic. The fruits of this human endeavour is all around us to see – and not least in the global economy where co-ops have a turnover of $1.1 trillion, represent 800m members securing the livelihoods of 3bn people.
The film will look at more than 40 years of controversy surrounding the case. More importantly – and uniquely –offers an opportunity to put the case that King’s assassination was a direct result of the threat posed from his latter years activity(1965-68) as he led the civil rights movement into anti-Vietnam War and Economic Justice coalition building.