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End crackdown on Dalits and activists in India

The Asia Pacific Research Network (APRN) strongly condemns the arbitrary arrest and detention of five human rights defenders and workers Professor Shoma Sen, Surendra...

Changed Acronyms, Same Neoliberal Ruse: The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement...

by People Over Profit  The struggle to stop the Transpacific Partnership Agreement continues amid efforts to revive the zombie free trade deal. On Nov 11 2017,...

Alert: Argentina bans Civil Society from WTO Conference in Buenos Aires

Media Release Dec 1, 2017 Civil society slams Argentina’s repression of peoples’ voice at the WTO conference in Buenos Aires Global civil society network People Over Profit...

People Over Profit’s website has been hacked

People Over Profit's website (peopleoverprofit.online) has been hacked and is temporarily down. We are currently working to bring the site back up again. For...

CIVIL SOCIETY COMMITS TO PUSH BACK CORPORATE POWER AT 2017 ACSC/APF

The call “Southeast Asia is not for sale. We are not for sale!” echoed as hundreds marched to the historic People Power Monument along...

APRN Condemns Harassment of Cordillera Peoples Organizations by Military Elements

Asia Pacific Research Network (APRN) condemns the harassment perpetrated by military elements against its member in the Philippines, Center for Development Programs in the...

On the Martial Law Declaration in Southern Philippines: APRN expresses solidarity...

Photo by EPA/ROLEX DELA PENA, from https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10154676795906169&set=pcb.10154676803481169&type=3&theater   On March 23, President Rodrigo Duterte declared Martial Law on the whole southern island of Mindanao, Philippines, after...

Where does the money go? Funding militarism vs sustainable development in...

The theme of the upcoming 4th Asia Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development is “Eradicating Poverty and Promoting Prosperity in a Changing Asia Pacific.” The theme speaks of the need to successfully implement the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the region. Solving the development needs in Asia Pacific will have significant global impacts as the region is home to almost 60% of the world’s population. The region is also home to the 60% of world’s hungry, and almost half of the world’s poorest. Average income levels in the region in real terms are on a downward trend as inequality within and between Asia Pacific countries continue to rise.

Selection Results for ‘Breaking Ground, Taking Roots: the Istanbul Principles@7’

With a little over 16 days to go before the 'Breaking Ground, Taking Roots: the Istanbul Principles@7’, we are pleased to inform you that...

CPDE invites you to Breaking Ground and Taking Roots: The Istanbul...

In 2010, 200 CSOs from 82 countries adopted the Istanbul Principles for CSO Development Effectiveness as an affirmation of their commitment to improve and be fully accountable for their development practices. The gathering, which will be held on 30-31 March in Bangkok seeks to infuse new energy into that commitment as we continue to build on our victories in improving the effectiveness and quality of development work within the context of Agenda 2030. Seven years after, let's come together to respond to the demand of realizing our full potentials as civil society actors.