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Women’s rights to water and sanitation: elements of a joint action agenda

This policy brief identifies concrete steps policy makers can take to advance gender equality and the rights of women, girls, and trans and non-binary people through increased access to water

Manganese Matters

ActionAid and Dutch NGO Centre for Research on Multinational Corporations (SOMO)’s new report, Manganese Matters, finds that the increased demand for manganese for batteries is posing a serious threat

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Democratising global governance and multilateralism

Despite significant advances in international commitments and national legislation, human rights are under attack in countries across the world. New research by ActionAid reveals the extent to which

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Bargaining for Better: Bringing a Feminist Lens to the Grand Bargain 2.0

The Grand Bargain, launched during the World Humanitarian Summit in 2016, as a unique agreement between humanitarian agencies and donors to reform and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of

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The ActionAid Tax Justice Reflection Action Toolkit

Our tax justice reflection action toolkit (TJ-RATK) is made to help empower communities to stand up for their rights.

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Mission Recovery: How big tech’s tax bill could kickstart a fairer economy

The world’s largest economies losing up to US$32 billion in annual tax revenue from Silicon Valley’s top five tech companies: Enough to vaccinate every human on earth.

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Not-their-lands: The land impact of Royal Dutch Shell's net zero climate target

As Royal Dutch Shell’s shareholders meet in The Hague for their annual general meeting, new analysis by ActionAid International exposes the fossil fuel giant’s net zero climate plans to keep polluting


Financing the Future: Delivering Sustainable Development Goal 4

As a result of chronic, sustained underfunding, public education systems in developing countries are ill-prepared to continue operating during this pandemic. Governments have failed to adequately


Guiding principles and minimum standards on unpaid care and domestic work

Care and domestic work is at the heart of communities and is an integral component of economies all over the world. However, when it comes to unpaid care and domestic work, women bear a


Transforming Surge Capacity

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