A new report that shines a light on “net-zero” pledges and uncovers grossly insufficient plans and the strategies polluting industries have used to lock in the ineffective schemes.
183 organizations call on Canadian officials to hold ReconAfrica accountable for massive oil and gas plans near Okavango Delta
Today, 183 community and non-governmental organizations from around the world urged Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the Ministers of Global Affairs Canada (Marc Garneau, Mary Ng, and Karina Gould), and other Canadian officials to investigate and take action regarding the plans of Canadian company ReconAfrica.
Media Release: Stop the Beifa Coal Project and the Persecution of the Dinde Community in Hwange, Zimbabwe
17 May 2021 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Civil society groups in the SADC region, East Africa, West Africa, Europe, Latin America and North America join hands
As May Day or International Workers’ Day is widely celebrated by trade unions, governments, and local and international organisations alike, the COVID-19 pandemic has starkly brought the common struggles of the working class across the globe into sharp focus.
While police and military violence is inherent in the extractives sector, police violence in general is rooted in colonialism.
On 24 March the world commemorates the International Day for the Right to the Truth Concerning Gross Human Rights Violations and for the Dignity of
For many who live in urban areas and regularly access mobile data, the transition to COVID-19 life was a challenge but not an insurmountable one.
Over the course of three days from 24-26 September 2020, WoMin and allies mobilised an powerful learning exchange between communities impacted by coal mining across South Africa.