World Water Day serves as an annual reminder to all countries of the importance of water in sustaining life. For indigenous communities, water is as valuable as land in sustaining livelihood and culture. Agriculture—the main livelihood of Indigenous Peoples—depends on water, and without sufficient...
Working class women are crucial in ushering social transformation
Women celebrate International Working Women’s Day on March 8 because thousands of women garment workers went on strike for higher wages, better working conditions...
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Ruinous dams on IP lands threaten our water systems
World Water Day serves as an annual reminder to all countries of the importance of water in sustaining life. For indigenous communities, water is...
On the implications of the digital corporate capture on women’s rights
On 14 March 2023, IBON International delivered an intervention at the Interactive expert panel on the priority theme, “Innovation and technological change, and education in...
10th Anniversary One Billion Rising HK & Commemoration International Women’s Day
The celebration of the 10th One Billion Rising global campaign to stop Violence against women and commemoration of International Working Women's Day took place...
Together for woman’s liberation
"Women and girls of the world! Our time has come!" reads the final resolution of the 3rd International World Women’s Conference of Grassroots Women in...
The Million Tree Campaign (MTC)
Why the Million Tree Campaign? For over 70 years, the Israeli forces have been uprooting, burning, and stealing millions of olive and other fruit-bearing trees...