As the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) today releases the first instalment of its Sixth Assessment Report, ActionAid is calling for radical and transformative action to bring
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As rising insecurity and conflict engulf Afghanistan in the wake of the US and NATO troops withdrawal, new ActionAid research highlights the hidden crisis facing women and children forced to flee the
Shell’s decision to appeal against the ruling of a Dutch court that it must cut its emissions in line with global climate goals, shows the fossil fuel giant ‘prioritising its bottom line over people
As UN agencies today release new figures showing how the Covid-19 pandemic is driving rising levels of hunger globally, ActionAid is calling for small-scale food producers to be central to developing
Game of two halves – football finals offer ray of hope in Europe while Uganda turns stadium into Covid-19 hospital
Number of Ugandans fully vaccinated equivalent to less than 5% of Wembley stadium capacity.
Women are leading ActionAid’s emergency response in Ethiopia’s Tigray region where communities are facing severe food shortages, conflict and widespread violence against women and girls.
ActionAid calls on members of the UN Human Rights Council to back inquiry into rights abuses in Palestine
Ahead of a special session of the United Nations Human Rights Council (Friday, 9 July), ActionAid is calling on all 47 members of the council to back an independent investigation into violations of
ActionAid International responds to the assassination of Haiti's President Jovenel Moïse
As the growing popularity of electric vehicles sparks an increased demand for battery-related minerals, new research by ActionAid exposes the harmful impact of manganese mining on communities in South
As G7 leaders today reaffirmed their previous commitment of $100 billion a year in climate finance, ActionAid is calling on the world's richest countries to make specific pledges of grants, not loans