Mission: To safeguard public health, human rights, and the environment from corporate abuse and provide education to the public in order to support democratic institutions and a just society.
About the Organization: Founded in 1977, Corporate Accountability International works to end irresponsible and dangerous corporate actions in order to ensure a world where people and the environment can flourish. With the help of tens of thousands of members, volunteers, activists, and allied organizations, as well as its own staff of more than sixty professionals and an eleven-member board of directors, CAI works to build public awareness about and strengthen government regulations to help prevent it.
Current Programs: CAI works on three programmatic fronts: control of potable , abuse of systems, and , and has individual for each issue. In addition, the organization runs a program whose “winners,” chosen by ordinary citizens, then become the object of grassroots protest campaigns run by CAI and its allies across the globe, including the World Health Organization and several United Nations departments. CAI's most recent effort, launched in May 2015, is a campaign to .
Website: Visitors to the site can read about CAI’s , starting with its 1984 campaign against Nestle’s marketing of infant formula; learn how to as part of one its current campaigns; search a directory of published ; learn more through its and profiles of the organization’s ; and/or make a .
Funding: Corporate Accountability International is supported by contributions from individuals and grantmakers.