UK taxpayers jointly own 70% of the Royal Bank of Scotland and yet it is still investing heavily in dirty fossil fuel projects with questionable human rights standards across the world.
The World Development Movement is challenging the Treasury’s disastrous decision to finance bailed out banks, without insisting that they abide by basic environmental and human rights standards.
Yes I would like to make a donation and help fund WDM’s campaigning and legal actions to clean up the banks
£20 would help buy materials for a stunt (e.g. placards/posters) to gain local press coverage about our legal challenge.
£35 would help us commission and distribute a report that demonstrates the feasibility of changing RBS’ investment policy.