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ActionAid International 2018 annual report

Welcome to ActionAid International's 2018 annual report. You can find out all about our work from 2018, including inspiring stories of change, activism and human rights,

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Sexual harassment and violence against garment workers in Bangladesh

Research conducted by ActionAid has found that 80% of garment workers in Bangladesh have either seen or directly experienced sexual violence or harassment in the workplace. You can read more about

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The impact of privatisation on the fulfilment of the Right to Education in 7 African countries

The governments of Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Nigeria, Tanzania and Uganda must provide free public education of the highest attainable quality using the maximum of available resources.

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'Shifting power to young people in humanitarian action'

Drawing on lessons and best practice from humanitarian crises across the world, this report looks at how engaging young people in humanitarian action will foster better, more localised and more

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Champions and change-makers

This compilation of case studies highlights the work of young people and civil society working with or supported by ActionAid.

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Multi-country research on private education in compliance with the right to education

How are private schools impacting the realisation of children and young people’s human rights? And particularly their right to education?

Collect more – and more fairly?

Long-term funding is needed in developing countries to provide quality, gender-responsive public services.

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'Safety with Dignity' - Women-Led Community-Based Protection manual

Our feminist approach to protection aims to support women in humanitarian action. We focus on the essential role of women leaders in strengthening community resilience and protection. Women's rights

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'Making the Local Global' guidance note

Local women leaders must be at the heart of humanitarian work. They are commonly the first responders in any emergency and are most active in prevention and rebuilding after disasters. They should

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Market solutions to help climate victims fail human rights test

Rising global temperatures are wreaking havoc around the world, leaving a trail of destruction from Kyoto to Kerala. But those least responsible for greenhouse gas emissions are also those most