As violence continues to escalate in Gaza, women and children are most at risk as Israeli airstrikes destroy apartment buildings and leave thousands of families homeless.
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ActionAid condemns the escalating violence in oPt and calls for an immediate end to forced evictions
ActionAid Palestine is deeply concerned over escalating violence and the violation of Palestinian rights across the Occupied Palestinian Territory (oPt).
As Nepal reports an alarming rise in Covid-19 cases and its highest daily total of new infections, ActionAid is calling for urgent support for the country’s overwhelmed health service.
ActionAid International responds to the announcement from the US President Joe Biden backing a waiver on Intellectual Property for US manufacturers of Covid-19 vaccines ahead of the G7 leaders’ summit
More than 150 local and international NGOs and human rights organisations and campaigners across Asia have signed a joint letter to Asian leaders and health ministers, calling for improved access to
As India battles a devastating second wave of Covid-19, frontline workers including those working in overwhelmed mortuaries and burial sites, and women domestic workers caring for people with the
As the banking and financial sectors announce new ‘net zero’ initiatives to coincide with this week’s US-hosted Leaders’ Climate Summit, ActionAid warns against accepting the pledges at face value.
90% of young Europeans believe climate change and environmental breakdown are the world’s greatest threats
Nine out of 10 young Europeans believe climate change and environmental breakdown are the most serious threats facing the world today, according to a new campaign by ActionAid.
ActionAid responds to today’s announcement from the Biden administration, previewing the US’ revised Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) to cut emissions by around 50% by 2030.
As world leaders gather for President Biden’s virtual climate summit this week, communities in southern Bangladesh – who are facing a severe water crisis – say climate action cannot wait for far-off