APRN Newsletter First Quarter 2016
APRN’s Newsletter for the First Quarter of 2016 is now available. This issue covers the Agenda 2030 and the Recent APFSD, TPP updates, the upcoming ASEAN Civil Society Conference, updates on the #FoodNotBullets campaign and more!
Call for Submissions: APRN Research on Militarism and Democracy
Militarism has been employed by states to gain or maintain political and economic power not only against other countries, but also against the people within their own countries.
Justice for the Slain and Injured Kidapawan farmers, Resist the Growing Militarism in Asia Pacific!
The Asia Pacific Research Network (APRN) strongly condemns the recent brutal dispersal and the indiscriminate shootings of protesting farmers in Kidapawan, Cotabato, Philippines that left at least two (2) dead, hundreds injured and missing including women and children.
Asia Pacific peoples urge governments: Do not Sign the TPPA
Peoples movements and civil society organizations representing various groups and constituencies from all over Asia Pacific are calling on TPP-member governments to not sign the deal on February 4 in New Zealand. More than 100 regional and national organizations from the region have signed a letter explaining that the TPP was not created in the […]
WTO ‘new issues’, for whose development?
Photo by Asia Pacific Research Network After the 21st Conference of Parties (COP21) fell short of the people’s demand for a binding climate deal that will set global warming below 1.5 degrees and compel developed countries to do their fair share, world leaders are gathering again this December in Nairobi, Kenya to negotiate another global […]