The past two years have been tough withthe COVID-19 pandemic further highlighting the inequalities and injustices in our world. However, with it comes opportunities and new possibilities.

With movements like The Black Lives Matters and the intersecting issues of racial, economic, social, gender, environmental and climate justice, AID/WATCH’s work has moved beyond the ‘aid lens’.

This has highlighted the unfinished business of decolonisation. Our work, now and into the future, demands decoloniality in our approach, processes and everyday social relations. 

For this reason, AID/WATCH continues to collaborate with movements and frontline communities in mutual solidarity for equality, liberation and global justice, to lay the foundations for a radically different and better future for all.

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