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When leaders act like children

This blog by Sesheeni Joud Selvaratnam, International Programme and Policy Lead, questions why we don't see more action from our leaders and asks why we don't pay attention to our young activist

Inspired: Some observations as young people take over the fight for climate justice

Harjeet Singh, our global climate lead, writes about young people leading the fight for climate justice.

Financing development - stop dodging the big issues

Lars Koch, Policy Director, ActionAid Denmark has written this blog post about the effective ways to finance international development.

The elephant in the room

Farah Kabir, Country Director, Bangladesh, shares her reflection on the SDG Summit in New York, September 2019

Melting glaciers and rising seas may drive mass migration, ActionAid warns

Harjeet Singh, ActionAid's global climate lead, warns that climate change could lead to mass migration

Just why DO we need system change?

Teresa Anderson is ActionAid International's climate policy co-ordinator. In this blog she writes about the need for system change in order to effectively tackle climate change.

Young people at UN Climate Summit embarrass world leaders for lack of leadership

Harjeet Singh, our global lead on climate change, responds to the first day of the UN Climate Summit in New York, 23 September 2019

ActionAid on the Danone and Green Climate Fund announcements

This is a response from ActionAid to the first day of the global climate stroke in September 2019

ActionAid briefing: Explaining Nature-Based Solutions

This is ActionAid's guide to nature-based solutions to climate change, created as a part of our climate change mobilisation of September 2019.

Brandon Wu - Climate strikes offer hope

Brandon Wu, Director of Policy and Campaigns at ActionAid USA, reviews the impact of the climate strike on 20 September.