GLOBAL JUSTICE NOW

#StopLandGrabs #EndCorporateImpunity #RealAidNotBadAid

ECONOMIC JUSTICE

#StopLandGrabs #EndCorporateImpunity #RealAidNotBadAid

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Julie Bishop accused of breaching standards with new aid job

Julie Bishop accused of breaching standards with new aid job

“I really do question whether this should happen it undermines the integrity of the aid program interns of the extent to which it is seen to not be delivering on its purpose which is to offer development assistance.“ James Goodman, Chair of AID/WATCH

GLOBAL JUSTICE PROJECT

Stop The Expansion of Extractive Projects

Stop The Expansion of Extractive Projects

AID/WATCH recently participated in the ASEAN Civil Society Conference/ASEAN Peoples Forum (ACSC/APF) held in Bangkok with the Asia Pacific Gathering on Human Rights and Extractives and the Asia Pacific Research Network (APRN). The following statement from Asia Pacific Gathering on Human Rights and Extractives during the ACSC/APF was endorsed by AID/WATCH.

Lynas or lies?

Lynas or lies?

“Simply put, Lynas has never had a social licence to operate – this would never be allowed here in Australia.”

NGOs Ask Australia to Suspend Lynas’ Rare Earth Export to its Malaysian Plant

NGOs Ask Australia to Suspend Lynas’ Rare Earth Export to its Malaysian Plant

Friends of the Earth Australia, AID/WATCH, together with Australian chapters of Malaysian BERSIH Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections and Saya Anak Bangsa Malaysia Melbourne (SABMOZ) have responded to a petition that has gained momentum in Malaysia demanding that Australia suspends Lynas’ rare earth export to Malaysia because Lynas has no safe disposal facility for its radioactive waste.

AID/WATCH TALKS & EVENTS

WEBINAR: Post-extractivism: How do we move beyond mining?

WEBINAR: Post-extractivism: How do we move beyond mining?

Around the world, communities, nature and the climate are being devastated by large scale extraction of minerals and metals. Driven by a growth-obsessed economic system that is exceeding planetary limits and mass unsustainable consumption by the few, the world’s appetite for minerals is growing insatiably, encouraging aggressive corporate tactics and state violence to secure resources.

AID/WATCH Annual Report 2018

AID/WATCH Annual Report 2018

2018 was a year of consolidation for AID/WATCH, where we rebuilt our internal structures, strengthened our on-the-ground links with community-based organisations in Papua New Guinea, and collaborated with partner organisations in Australia to undertake joint campaigning. Through the year we developed a new proposal for a new ‘Global Justice Project’, which is now to be created in 2019.

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