During next week’s UN climate conference, ActionAid demands rich governments finally deliver on financial support long promised to poor countries hit hardest by climate change, which have caused the
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80% of garment workers in Bangladesh have experienced or witnessed sexual violence and harassment at work
New research: 80% of garment workers in Bangladesh have experienced or witnessed sexual violence and harassment at work, with 90% saying their job is negatively impacting their health.
ActionAid Zimbabwe is calling for the unsubstantiated charges against seven human rights defenders arrested at Harare airport to be dropped.
After five years as Secretary General, Adriano Campolina will be leaving ActionAid in September 2019.
As Israel celebrates Independence Day, the US and European Union are complicit in the whitewash of war crimes against Palestinian civilians
World leaders continue to turn a blind eye to Israel’s unlawful occupation, protracted blockade and persistent breaches of international law.
Cyclone Fani made landfall near Puri, India, early this morning (Friday 3 May 2019), sparking an evacuation of nearly a million people from coastal regions. Heavy rains and high winds continue to
Just five weeks after Cyclone Idai, Mozambique has been hit with another cyclone. Cyclone Kenneth made landfall in Cabo Delgado late on Thursday 25th April 2019 and saw the Southern African country
Despite the international outcry following the building collapse at Rana Plaza, which killed 1,134 mainly female garment workers, more than half of survivors remain unemployed due to the physical
ActionAid’s report, Market Solutions to help Climate Victims Fail Human Rights Test, examines the current options for market, state and ‘innovative’ funding mechanisms available to cover the soaring
ActionAid is one of seven environmental and human rights organisations, including Friends of the Earth and Greenpeace, taking legal action against Royal Dutch Shell for failing to align its growth