We are building a world rooted in justice where corporations answer to people, not the other way around—a world where every person has access to clean water, healthy food, a safe place to live, and the opportunity to reach their full human potential.
Meet some of the staff and board behind the global campaign to build a world where corporations answer to people -- not the other way around.
Our enduring partnerships create a united front powerful enough to take on the most dangerous transnational corporations. Get to know the people and organizations that power this work.
Corporate Accountability's advisers bring years of experience in challenging entrenched power and securing transformative change.
Learn how we have reined in destructive transnational corporations and contributed to lasting change for over four decades.
We refuse to stand by as transnational corporations devastate democracy, trample human rights, and destroy our planet.
Large numbers of people demanding change together can force even the most dangerous global corporations to stop destructive practices once and for all.
To achieve the change we need, we must organize shoulder-to-shoulder with people who bear the brunt of corporate abuse: women, people of color, people in the Global South, indigenous people, youth, and low-income communities around the world. Their perspectives and experiences must ground this movement; their leadership must drive the deep and lasting change we create together.
We are committed to changing the fundamental imbalance of power in our society by holding transnational corporations accountable for creating and perpetuating systemic inequality and economic injustice.
Corporate power is out of control. We need to challenge the status quo, name names, and create a world that puts people and the planet first.
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Together with our members, philanthropic partners, and allies, Corporate Accountability has forced some of the most powerful transnational corporations to stop abusive practices — bringing about transformative change. Because of our work, Nestlé made sweeping changes to infant formula promotion that was killing infants across the Global South and General Electric got out of the nuclear weapons business.
In the decades since, we have won victories that save lives and change them for the better by shifting power away from corporations and back to people. We amplify the voices of communities from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to Lagos, Nigeria. And we make sure our voices reverberate in the ears of decision-makers from the halls of the U.N. to corporate boardrooms. We are building a world where we all can thrive, and the need for this work is greater than ever.Our history