SO-OWE, a montage of art works on environmental and social injustice

European companies often impact the lives of people across the globe. Yet they are not often made accountable for their actions on foreign soil. In many cases, European companies allow for and exacerbate human rights abuses and environmental crimes in some of the world’s poorest and most marginalised countries. SO-OWE exhibition presents the work of selected artists who address the issues of international corporate accountability. The exhibition forms part of the ‘Rights for people, rules for business’ project, a campaign of the European Coalition for Corporate Justice.

SO-OWE, a montage of art works on environmental and social injustice

Glide your eyes over the delights and horrors of the SO-OWE Exhibition – a fascinating montage of art works on environmental and social injustice collected and exhibited online. If the images fail to whet your appetite, listen to the informative voice-overs that detail the way in which materials are made and used. For you, the costs are none – but they’re high for those workers whose whose lives depend on these industries.

European companies often impact the lives of people across the globe. Yet they are not often made accountable for their actions on foreign soil. In many cases, European companies allow for and exacerbate human rights abuses and environmental crimes in some of the world’s poorest and most marginalised countries. SO-OWE exhibition presents the work of selected artists who address the issues of international corporate accountability. The exhibition forms part of the ‘Rights for people, rules for business’ project, a campaign of the European Coalition for Corporate Justice.
On top of visiting our exhibition, you can read in detail about the campaign, learn about concrete cases of irresponsible corporate practice, and find out more about the artists involved.

Please note that the exhibition is audiovisual. It is best experienced with headphones.  

We also encourage you to sign the campaign’s petition.