Karibu is pleased to welcome Lea Rekdal Sletten in our office for the period in June – August 2023. Lea has a background in International Relations and Development from the
During the General Debate of the 52nd Session of the UN Human Rights Council held this week in Geneva, the NCCP expressed its deep concern over continuing human rights violations in the Philippine. Read more from the World...
Karibu writes for the EDGE Funders Alliance blog, and critically explores how progressive grantmakers should look at the what, the how, and the "from where" of grantmaking.
We continue to recognize and celebrate the important and significant contributions of womens and feminist movements leading the way for change in the development of truly inclusive and participatory societies and local communities (political, social, cultural, and gender justice)....
We are pleased to present “A Year at a Glance” for 2022, a small collection of impressions and glimpses from various programs and activities organized by partners of the Karibu Foundation in 2022.
We present a short video that lifts up three stories that marked 2022.
Kairos Palestine has released a statement from their international conference, where they describe a continually grimmer situation for Palestinians and the need for solidarity action.
Movements in Latin America produce a downloadable anti-militarist music compilation to draw attention to those affected by the impacts of militarization.
Get a glimpse of some of the brave movements that Karibu has supported, who are creatively struggling 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.