The Ecumenical Bishops Forum (EBF) in the Philippines issue a statement on the occasion of President Rodrigo Duterte’s 2019 “State of the Nation Address”
A number of civil society organisations (CSOs) have expressed their profound and urgent opposition to the proposed negotiations on e-commerce at the World Trade Organisation, which if concluded, could result in the full liberalization of the entire digital economy,...
The organizations of the Norwegian "Colombia Forum," including Karibu, have sent a letter to the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs where they express great concern for the serious human rights situation in Colombia, especially for the country's social leaders.
The campaign calls for solidarity with Palestinians in their quest for ending the unjust and illegal occupation, and in securing their freedom and human rights.
Sri Lankan journalist Piyumi Fonseka reflects on the tragic, violent events that unfolded in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday. Piyumi argues that the Sri Lankan state must not only both care for the victims and bring the perpetrators...
More than 180 water activists from the Mesopotamia region and other countries gathered in Sulaymaniyah in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq for 1st Mesopotamian Water Forum. Here you will find the final declaration from the forum.
Spaces for engagement and resistance: Inside/Outside organizing in opposition to the IMF and World Bank
Ivan Phell Enrile of the APRN looks at the importance of “inside / outside” strategies on advocacy towards the IMF and World Bank; namely political organizing where activists/advocates are embedded both inside political structures and outside of them.
Movements across the world are showing they can fight the giant and win! Here are three examples of successes in 2018 from Karibu's partners in the Global South.
Policy vs. survival: Addressing disconnects between forced movement, international state-led processes, and immediate humanitarian needs
Conversation with Cecilia Jimenez-Damary, UN Special Rapporteur for Human Rights of Internally Displaced Persons, on disconnects between forced movement, international state-led processes, and immediate humanitarian needs.
We are pleased to present “A Year at a Glance,” a small collection of impressions and glimpses from various programs and activities organized by partners of the Karibu Foundation in 2018. This year’s collection includes more information about the grants...