ActionAid is among 152 organisations, movements and unions, that have signed an open letter calling for a new fund to support survivors of climate disasters in the Global South. Ahead of the UN
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New analysis sets out how much responsibility the wealthy countries behind the climate crisis must take for the devastating impact that rising global temperatures are already having on developing
Ibrahim Ibraigheth, country director of ActionAid Palestine, responds to the announcement by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that the US will no longer consider Israeli settlements in the occupied West
ActionAid responds to deadly Cyclone Bulbul, assessing the damage and need in India and Bangladesh
"The shifting of COP25 from Chile to Madrid with only four weeks’ notice presents real barriers to participation for countries from the global South and civil society."
The Chilean government has pulled out of hosting the 25th Conference of the Parties (COP25) climate summit due to continuing protests against rising inequality. This must not delay progress on climate
ActionAid is deeply concerned about the situation of women, men, boys and girls that are trapped in the Turkish military operation that started on October 9th in northeast Syria, after the announced
WASHINGTON, D.C. 18 October 2019: The World Bank’s subsidising of fossil fuels is fanning the flames of the climate emergency and must stop, a coalition of civil society representing 112 organizations