Amali Wedagedara writes about the 55-day protest of women in Sri Lanka against microfinance, and the collective's shared vision for a new development model in the Global South.
What is needed for a world without forced migration? This is the question that migrant groups from across the Asia-Pacific region have asked and presented on during a recent review of the UN's Global Compact on Migration (GCM)....
85% of COVID-19 vaccinations are concentrated in 10 countries. K.M. (Gopa) Gopakumar from TWN writes about the need to advocate for the vaccine as a global public good, to scale up production and provide access to efficacious...
Sarojeni Rengam (Malaysia) writes about how COVID-19 pandemic has also exposed a number of other critical systemic holes in other sectors including agriculture and food production.
Stop the Wall reflects on the global "World Without Walls" campaign that aims to connect struggles against militarization and discrimination from India to Brazil, from the Philippines to Argentina, from Malaysia to California, and beyond.
The Convergence for Peoples’ Climate Action is an online dialog held on Monday, Oct 19th where civil society and movements from the global South come together to share perspectives on the links and impacts of the climate crisis and...
As the IMF and World Bank kick off their annual (primarily virtual) meetings this week, global civil society groups will host a webinar in response on Wednesday, 14th October.
More than 300 organisations from around the world have released an open-statement condemning the ways that the mining industry and numerous governments are taking advantage of the Covid-19 pandemic to manufacture new mining opportunities.
Faith-based and civil society groups release Unity Statement for the protection and promotion of human rights in the Philippines.
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.