NEWS & EVENTS
The world-famous art and storytelling of The Beehive Collective
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
BATTLING A MINING GOLIATH ON TWO CONTINENTS
Environmental activists have made some important strides in confronting the Australian mining company Lynas.
Aid/Watch welcomes Malaysia’s decision to Stop Lynas Dumping More Radioactive Waste
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
30 Years! A million reasons to give this festive season
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.
BHP runs away from responsibilities
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.
AID TALKS #5 | Reparations and Resilience: Decolonising Climate Finance
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
Green extractivism and the Australian energy transition
Scouring the globe, Australian corporations and investors are expanding into new territories, both domestically and internationally, for new sources of “critical and strategic” minerals for the “green energy transition” to a zero carbon world. These minerals include lithium, copper, nickel, rare earth, and cobalt.
Post Extractivism – What could life look like beyond the extractive economy?
A webinar on post-extractivism on how modern industrialised societies have been built on an extractivist culture and economy, and explore what our society and economy could look like if we shift to a regenerative, rather than an extractivist mode of operating.
A call for renewed commitments of Asia Pacific donors to the world’s marginalized
As the world faces a food, fuel and debt crisis brought about by the pandemic, increasing conflict and progressing climate emergency, donor countries and Official Development Assistance (ODA) have a crucial role in mitigating the impacts of these crises for the marginalized.
Aid/Watch joins the Reality of Aid hybrid Regional Meeting & Workshop
The Reality of Aid – Asia Pacific and the Asia Constituency of the CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness will convene their first hybrid Regional Meeting and Workshop, in Jakarta, Indonesia on July 26-28, 2022, with the theme “Forging through Crises, Fostering Solidarities.”
Aid/Watch’s Lee Rhiannon joins Filipinos in calling for vigilance days before Marcos inauguration
Aid/Watch partner Asia Pacific Research network commits to step up its rights advocacies, calls for further vigilance amid the new Marcos regime
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