Women are taking to the streets in Haiti to protest against soaring levels of violence, kidnapping, rape and torture since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic and escalating political crisis.
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As the political crisis in Myanmar continues to escalate with deadly crackdowns on peaceful protests, ActionAid stands in solidarity with the civil society organisations, movements and people
Major step towards tax transparency as EU Council backs public country-by-country reporting directive
A majority of European Council members have today supported the EU country-by-country reporting directive in an important step towards tax transparency.
A network of local women’s groups, trained by ActionAid as emergency responders during the last Ebola outbreak, are working to prevent the spread of the deadly disease as it returns to the Democratic
ActionAid Palestine condemns the illegal and forcible transfer of the community of Humsa Al Bqai’a in the Jordan Valley. This community has been dismantled four times in one week and for the fifth
ActionAid calls on rich countries and pharmaceutical companies to stop blocking cheap generic vaccines
ActionAid is supporting calls for a People’s Vaccine – a vaccine that is available to all, in all countries, free of charge.
As the political crisis in Myanmar escalates, ActionAid raises concerns about the impact of the military takeover on the country’s most vulnerable communities.
As world leaders gather virtually for the Climate Adaptation Summit, hosted by the Netherlands, ActionAid is calling for rich countries to energise their efforts on adaptation finance.
As Tropical Storm Eloise hurtles towards Mozambique and is expected to hit areas still recovering from the devastation of Cyclone Idai, ActionAid’s women-led local emergency teams are helping their
Konkola Copper Mines – a subsidiary of the UK-based mining giant Vedanta – has been polluting the main water source of surrounding villages in Chingola, in Zambia’s Copperbelt Province, and leaving a