Today’s meeting (1st December) of EU ministers in the Competitiveness Council is a crucial moment to ensure businesses accountability for human rights abuses and environmental damage. Following almost
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ActionAid International joins the international and human rights organizations all over the world to mark the international solidarity Day with Palestinian People stressing its commitment towards
Humanitarian organizations condemn continued attacks on civilian infrastructure leaving people in Ukraine without water, electricity and heating in freezing temperatures
International and Ukrainian NGOs strongly condemn the latest round of airstrikes across Ukraine by the Russian Armed Forces. News reports estimate that 10 civilians have died and at least 50 have been
16 DAYS OF ACTIVISM AGAINST GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN: ActionAid urges governments to end all forms of femicide.
ActionAid International joins feminist movements and organisations to mark the global 16 Days Campaign from November 25- December 10. The campaign will begin with a day of solidarity with Iran
Despite the intense lobbying by the OECD countries to stop it, the resolution submitted by Nigeria on behalf of the 54-member African group of states, mandating the UN to take on a global tax
ActionAid hails loss and damage fund outcome at COP27 as victory for people living on the front lines of climate disasters
A decision at COP27 to establish a loss and damage fund for communities living on the front lines of climate disasters has been hailed a victory by climate justice organisation ActionAid.
New draft COP27 cover note ‘offers hope’ to those on the frontline of climate crisis, ActionAid says
New draft cover note ‘offers hope’ in the way of a loss and damage fund to those on the frontline of climate crisis, ActionAid says.
“The EU has made a proposal which might, on the surface, seem like a breakthrough to establish a fund that could help communities cope with loss and damage, and that also seems to champion the 1.5°C
“This much anticipated draft cover note from the presidency at COP27 is nothing more than a letdown which urgently needs saving.
“After encouraging language proposed by India and supported by the