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.
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.
On November 20th, join us for a hybrid workshop that aims to equip activists with tools and concepts required to successfully execute digital activism campaigns.
We are pleased to present "A Year at a Glance" 2020, a small collection of impressions and glimpses from various programs and activities organized by partners of the Karibu Foundation in 2020.
Activists around the world have been meeting every few weeks since March 2020 for an online meeting point coined the "Karibu Space". Check out this video for a glimpse.
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
Statement from Karibu partner Kairos Palestine on the plans of the Israeli government to annex the West Bank.
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