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Through research, campaigns and advocacy centered in justice and solidarity, Aid/Watch collaborates with frontline communities and networks to expose Australian foreign policy mechanisms and development aggressions that undermine their lives, lands and waters.
Straight out of Turtle Island/Canada on the “Art of Resistance World Tour,” Sakura Saunders and Darius Mirshahi from the Beehive Collective will be touring Australia
Environmental activists have made some important strides in confronting the Australian mining company Lynas.
Australian miner Lynas Rare Earth generates massive quantities of wastes contaminated with radioactive materials, toxic heavy metals and chemicals including residual rare earth minerals in the mix in Malaysia
This year, we celebrate our 30th anniversary. We know we would not be here today without the generosity and support of people like you over the years.
MEDIA RELEASE: Latin American communities have submitted questions to be asked at the 2022 BHP Annual General Meeting in Perth today, with the support of BHP Shareholders for Social Responsibility who have allocated proxies to Perth based environment groups.
You are invited to Aid Talks #5 Webinar hosted by Reality of Aid-Asia Pacific and Aid/Watch Australia. Join our guest speakers as they discuss climate finance and decolonisation of aid
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