From 2015-2018, the Transforming Surge Capacity Project, led by ActionAid, was one of 14 projects under the UK Department for International Development’s (DfID) three-year Disasters and Emergencies
Artful Activism: A Toolkit for Creative Activism draws on a three-year research process co-hosted by ActionAid, the Centre for Human Rights at the University of York in the UK, and partners in Uganda
Now and the Future – Pandemics and Crisis: Gender Equality, Peace and Security in a Covid-19 World and Beyond
This report is based on consultation with over 200 organisations in 10 countries. It consists of a multi-country report and country specific reports which provide an important body of evidence that
In a world facing the escalating impacts of global warming, social protection has a crucial role to play in protecting women, communities and economies from the catastrophic impact of the climate
Principles for Just Transitions in Extractives and Agriculture: Shaping energy and food systems that work for women, communities and the climate
Efforts to address the climate emergency and limit global warming require fundamental and rapid change in our energy and food systems.
More than 62 million South Asian people will be forced to migrate from their homes due to climate disasters by 2050, according to new research from ActionAid International and Climate Action Network
Using participatory research with communities in Afghanistan, and combining it with policy analysis, this report captures a picture of internal migration and displacement in Afghanistan, due to
In August 2020, ActionAid interviewed 1219 young women as part of the survey, with the majority (80%) aged between 18 and 30. This new research from ActionAid reveals the social and economic impacts
This joint briefing highlights concerns that many governments and corporations are jumping on the bandwagon and declaring "net zero" climate targets.