Contents with tag: Asia & Pacific
Towards an initial framework for people-powered sustainable consumption and production.
Indigenous peoples from around the world continue their strong assertions of their right to self-determination as the first months of 2019 march on.
Amid rising inequality worldwide and the continued dominance of neoliberal policy norms that infringe on workers’ rights, various workers’ actions and people’s assertions sparked in the global South.
In this previously unpublished article, our executive director, Amy Padilla, reflects on the IMF-World Bank Annual Meetings and the parallel People's Global Conference held in October 2018.
We are in solidarity with all Indian activists and rights defenders who have been subject to a crackdown by state forces in the past weeks.
IBON International stands with Philippine progressives Rafael “Ka Paeng” Mariano and Liza Maza as courts dismissed a decade-old fabricated case against them and two other progressives.
2018 marks the 200th year since the birth of the political economist and theorist Karl Marx.
photo courtesy of Tudla Productions, 2016
IBON International Feature Series #2
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) exerts a surprising amount of influence over Philippine policymaking process through technical assistance.
IBON International demands justice for the indigenous and Moro peoples and their allies who were brutally dispersed by officers of the Manila Police District (MPD) last Wednesday afternoon, October 19.