Dec 10, 2012
The inextricable link between climate change and food security within a human rights framework is being discussed by the international community with increasing urgency.
Dec 04, 2012
ACT has joined around 40 NGOs and alliances to sign an open letter to ministers as they arrive in Doha calling for immediate emissions cuts, adaptation assistance for developing countries, and an international mechanism to compensate for loss and damage.
Dec 03, 2012
Images from the Doha climate change march December 1, 2012. A number of ACT members attending the COP18 climate talks in Doha took part in the march.
Dec 03, 2012
A financial black hole is fast approaching as the second week of UN climate negotiations begins today in Doha, Qatar.
Nov 28, 2012
‘Getting to Zero’ is the theme of World AIDS Day on December 1, reflecting the international advocacy and policy priorities of achieving zero AIDS-related deaths and new HIV infections, and the total elimination of stigma and discrimination against people living with HIV.
Nov 26, 2012
UN talks that began in Doha today must finally take the concrete steps needed to move towards a comprehensive agreement to tackle climate change.
Oct 25, 2012
The same week that human campaigner Blanca Rosa Quiroa de Hernández attends a United Nations review of civil rights in Guatemala, she also comes painfully close to finding the remains of her son who disappeared 28 years ago.
Oct 17, 2012
Following on the heels of a successful march, organisers of India's land rights' protest insist the reform process must move forward as talks with the government get underway.
Oct 16, 2012
To mark World Food Day, this briefing paper outlines the factors that are contributing to yet another looming food crisis, and attempts to chart a way out of the cycle.
Oct 08, 2012
The 'Jan Satyagraha,' the world's largest march for land justice, aims to help lift 400 million Indians out of poverty.
Oct 02, 2012
A new series of gender integration workshops shed light on how women are often shortchanged in development – and take aim to close the gender gap at each level in the value chain of production.
Sep 27, 2012
Brazil is the sixth largest economy in the world — and yet 16 million of its citizens live in abject poverty. Why? This podcast takes a look behind the numbers.
Sep 18, 2012
A new study, “Women Farmers Adopting to Climate Change,” highlights how the phenomenon affects men and women differently – and can exacerbate already existing gender inequalities.
Jul 18, 2012
Christian Aid's senior advisor for sustainable development reflects on ACT's policy work at Rio+20, as well its investment in the "People's Summit" side event.
Jul 15, 2012
Developing countries should pursue low-carbon strategies with support from the global North to avoid the “catastrophic consequences” of climate change, argues a new ACT report.