Statement from Karibu partner Kairos Palestine on the plans of the Israeli government to annex the West Bank.
Hellen Grace Akwii-Wangusa from Uganda reflects on how the global COVID-19 pandemic has exposed a number of unjust holes in our current economic and political system, while giving a unique opportunity to build a new system that is more...
A delegation from the EcuVoice network in the Philippines is at the UN, lifting up the voices of those directly affected by human rights violations during a session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva.
Social movements around the world have raised serious concerns that the new emphasis on "blue growth" can actually be understood as a form of "blue colonization". Joey Tau (Papua New Guinea) of the Pacific Network on Globalization (PANG)...
A message from the Iraqi people: War leads to destruction, displacement, and a lost future for millions of children
Iraqi social movements call for a stop to military escalation between the U.S. and Iran, a stop to ALL new wars, and a stop to any further militarization of the region.
Bilaterals.org, a collaborative web clearinghouse where activists can find and post information and analysis about bilateral free trade agreements (FTAs) and investment treaties, has received an upgrade to mark its
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