A call for support from NCCP, and the denunciation of its enlisting as a terrorist-linked organization by the Filipino authorities.
Sociedad Civil por la Acción Climática (SCAC) condemns the decision of non-hosting COP25 in Chile and analyzes the political, social and environmental challenges facing Chile and Latin America.
Militarization of the public space while Chile is preparing to host the COP25 conference – A statement from the Civil Society for Climate Action (SCAC)
SCAC produced a statement to denounce the militarization of the public space in Chile and call the international community to pressure the Chilean government to re-establish the rule of law.
The Ocean People's Conference, arranged by Karibu partner The Norwegian Trade Campaign, produced a statement to address the governmental "Our Ocean" conference
Karibu speaks with Sama Anfous of Kairos Palestine about the daily realities of living under Israel’s military occupation, about the impact of the Kairos Document since its launch in 2009, and the work ahead for the Kairos movement in...
A call for reflection on systemic and structural injustices related to tourism: Statement of TAAF for the World Tourism Day
Karibu partner Tourism Alert and Action Forum (TAAF), has released a statement in connection with World Tourism Day (September 27th).
Ana Carolina Lourenço from Fundación Ciudadanía Inteligente (Smart Citizen Foundation) in Chile, writes about the geopolitical, economic and social challenges facing Latin America and the need for a collective response.
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
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.