Faith-based and civil society groups release Unity Statement for the protection and promotion of human rights in the Philippines.
Several of Karibu’s partner organizations will be contributing to the upcoming Norwegian Social Forum, from 4.-6. September. The theme of the 2020 forum is “From Crisis to Struggle,” with focus
TAAF lifts up a 9-point plan to reset tourism to a new form of tourism that is based on human rights, justice, equity, local sovereignty, and sustainable development.
We hear from Catalina Balla (Chile) about the work that the COLECTIVA network is doing related to related to challenging the false dilemma many governments are leading us to: that of either health or that of privacy, and 8...
Governments and corporations have historically used crises as opportunities to introduce new policies that would otherwise be impossible to pass, normalizing them in a new status quo. We speak to Sahar Vardi (Israel) about the new work being done...
Statement from Karibu partner Kairos Palestine on the plans of the Israeli government to annex the West Bank.
Hellen Grace Akwii-Wangusa from Uganda reflects on how the global COVID-19 pandemic has exposed a number of unjust holes in our current economic and political system, while giving a unique opportunity to build a new system that is more...
Digital meeting on COVID-19, how this affects our shared efforts for justice and equality, and what it could mean for future activism, social movements and the World Social Forum (WSF) processes
A delegation from the EcuVoice network in the Philippines is at the UN, lifting up the voices of those directly affected by human rights violations during a session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva.
Karibu welcomes Marcelo Leites (WSCF-Latin America) to Oslo office to contribute to a reflection on systemic change
Marcelo will be speaking with a number of Karibu's partners globally about their experiences with struggling for systemic change - both resisting and rebuilding.