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Call for Support: An Urgent Appeal to the Cuban Gov’t and People (Philippines-Cuba Friendship Association)
Amid the 2019 Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, Cuba has sent its medical brigades to its regional neighbors, such as Jamaica, Grenada, Venezuela, and Nicaragua. It
With the 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) considered a pandemic, some governments, such as Italy, Spain, Iran and the Philippines, have already responded with lockdown and
IBON International just concluded a study on community practices on Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) in Kenya and the Philippines. The study features people-powered solutions
Left to right from top to bottom: (1) On-going sit-in protest by women against the Citizenship Act in Shaheen Bagh, India; (2) Indigenous women in
IBON International Update #6Climate Justice Read more on what happened at the COP25: Developing and developed countries lock horns at initial salvo of climate talks
Photo: New Clark City as of early October. Construction involved cutting across plains, hills and mountainsides on indigenous and farming communities. The 30th Southeast Asian
IBON International Update #5Climate Justice 6 December 2019, Madrid, Spain – Against the backdrop of uncertain global geopolitics and intensifying protests gripping the host country
Sign-on to our statement here: https://bit.ly/2OEcy0t A civil society statement on the 25th Conference of Parties (COP25) We are movements and civil society organizations working
Swedish Society for Nature Conservation Report on Human Rights Violations Against Environmental Defenders
The Swedish Society for Nature Conservation (SSNC) reports about the increasing attacks against environmental defenders in Environmental defenders under attack – The threats facing people
IBON International together with other civil society and peoples’ organizations will be holding a People-Powered Climate Justice Town Hall on 11 December 2019, 13:00-16:00, Hortaleza
IBON International Executive Director Amy Padilla delivered the following reflections on what CSOs can do going forward, what needs to change and how.
Politics, economics and climate crisis: the continuous threats to a fisherfolk community that never stops fighting
The climate emergency coupled with economic and political factors can be a nightmare for those who depend entirely on nature for their livelihood, such as for the several fisherfolk communities a few kilometres away from the Manila, in Bacoor city.
Systemic change needs to break with the continued emphasis on corporate roles in the agenda of sustainability.