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Multilateral systems are under attack - they must be protected to safeguard our rights

Urgent systemic and structural transformation is needed to address multiple global and intersecting crises through international cooperation, solidarity and a multilateral system that safeguards

Opinion /

Fourteen years of blockade has left two million Gazans living in an ‘open air prison’

This month marks 14 years since the start of the blockade which came into force on 14 June 2007 and the UN’s prediction is a reality for many Palestinians in Gaza, who are living with soaring levels

Opinion /

Young Palestinians use music and social media to raise awareness of forced evictions in East Jerusalem

Young Palestinians living in East Jerusalem are harnessing the power of social media and music to tell the world about their fears of forced eviction and what life is like living under Israeli

Opinion /

Fair tax systems are needed for a just and inclusive Covid recovery

The effects of the Covid-19 pandemic demonstrate the need for adequately funded public services, an inclusive and gender responsive Covid recovery and a just transition. Tax is the most sustainable

Opinion /

How the IMF’s Comprehensive Surveillance Review sidelines gender equality

The International Monetary Fund’s recently published Comprehensive Surveillance Review (CSR) fails to address the impact of its policy prescriptions on gender equality and women’s rights, the ability


Shell climate case: What you need to know

On Wednesday (26 May), a judge in The Hague will deliver their verdict on the ground-breaking climate case against fossil fuel giant Shell.

Palestine crisis: A message from a bleeding Gaza

As Israel continues its relentless attacks on Palestinian communities, ActionAid Palestine’s senior humanitarian programme officer, Samah Kassab, shares a powerful and heartbreaking message from Gaza


Can the Global Education Summit start to address the huge shortfall in public financing for education?

On 28 and 29th of July 2021 the Global Education Summit co-hosted by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and President Kenyatta of Kenya will be a pivotal event for the financing of education worldwide


Land Day: Remembering the ongoing attacks on Palestinian land rights

On 30 March 1976, six Palestinians died and 70 were injured by Israeli gunfire in Nazareth during protests against Israeli government-sanctioned land confiscation. On this day, each year since, we


Why civil society organisations will boycott the UN’s Food Systems Summit unless there is a radical redirection away from corporate interests

Global food systems need a major overhaul. The UN Food Systems Summit is being billed as the answer – a forum to launch ‘bold new actions to transform the way the world produces and consumes food’