Anna Denardin (Possible Futures, Brazil) writes on the way forward for progressive civil society in unstable and dramatic times.
Stiaan van der Merwe (South Africa) provides some of his initial observations, impressions and reflections of the WSF in Mexico City. He argues that there is need for a different kind of individual and collective consciousness, wisdom, and...
The Core Group of Karibu's grantmaking pilot in Africa gives an update on how they are co-creating a grantmaking program where decision-making power is moved closer to movements on the ground.
Mahmoud Alhiti and Batool Kareem of the Iraqi Social Forum tell the story about the steps the ISF took in order to set a new course forward following major challenges of the pandemic and social unrest. Their experiences provide...
Get a glimpse of some of the brave movements that Karibu has supported in 2021, that creatively struggled for a more just world.
This past year was marked by a second year of a devastating pandemic, where power showed itself in unexpected and expected ways. The year also included strong peoples’ movements that creatively struggled for a more just world.
A "Global Call to Action" has been issued to call for an emergency suspension of the intellectual property rights on products that would protect, contain, and treat COVID-19.
Karibu joined the efforts of more than 100 philanthropy organizations and individual philanthropists to speak out on the attempts to criminalize six prominent Palestinian civil society organizations (CSOs).
A number of Karibu partners in the Global South will be contributing to the "Norwegian Social Forum," which kicks off 19 November in Oslo.
Ivan Phell Enrile writes on the “inside” advocacy work of South movements that have gained access to the COP meetings, and the policy demands that they will be working for in Glasgow. Part II of a two-part series on...