For three decades, Aid/Watch has been the only independent monitor of Australia’s international aid and development.
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.
Malaysians should not be left to face the danger, health and environmental risk and hazards; and the long-term inconvenience and costs of housing a mega radioactive waste dump of toxic materials brought in by Australian Rare Earth miner Lynas.
New research has found that a community in Port Moresby who were forcibly evicted and their homes demolished without compensation at the behest of a company with significant Australian ties, are still struggling to access basic needs and rights, even years after their eviction.
Held on Monday 8 November 2021 Australian mining companies are investing all over the world in critical minerals such as copper, lithium and rare earth metals in order to cash in on profits to be made from the race to “net zero”. This land grab is being...
This Aid Talks webinar seeks to examine why aid must be decolonised and the long overdue need for honest reflection, acknowledgement, and remedy for colonisation across all facets of modern life, including within the aid sector.
Australian groups have joined a global network of communities directly impacted by lithium mining, who are warning against drastically expanding mining in the name of ‘Green Energy’.
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