WHAT WE DO
The past three years have been tough with the COVID-19 pandemic further highlighting the inequalities and injustices in our world. However, with it comes opportunities and new possibilities.
With movements like Black Lives Matter and intersecting issues of racial, economic, social, gender, environmental, and climate justice, AID/WATCH’s work has moved beyond the ‘aid lens’.
These intersection issues have highlighted the unfinished business of decolonisation. Our work, now and into the future, demands decoloniality in our approach, processes, and everyday social relations.
in 2020, AidWatch expanded our political mandate beyond the ‘aid lens’ to include thematic areas: Re-imagining Aid and Development, Alternatives to Extractivism, and Solidarity with Peoples’ Struggles.
With your support, we hope to continue our ongoing collaboration and solidarity with partners, frontline communities, and movements for equality, liberation, and justice to lay foundations for a radically different and better future for all.
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