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Il successo – parziale – delle organizzazioni della società civile e dei politici di buona volontà. A report by Focsiv, February 2017. (This document is only available in Italian)
Statement signed by civil society organizations calling out against false solutions around land use at COP22 (Available in EN - ES - FR - IT)
Swiss Responsible Business Initiative Press release, 10 October 2016 (available in EN-DE-FR-IT).
Father Dario Bossi shares his thoughts about the World Social Forum
Final steps to put an end to complicity in funding conflicts: EU leaders must agree on mandatory, comprehensive supply chain due diligence
CIDSE Briefing, February 2016 (available in English, French and Italian)
Paris, for the People and the Planet: the Encyclical Laudato Si’ – what it means for the COP21 negotiations and beyond, CIDSE Policy Paper, October 2015 (Available in EN, ES, FR, GE, IT)
Press release: Catholic Church worldwide calls for urgent climate action and for a major break-through at the COP 21 Paris Conference
Today, the presidents of all the continental Associations of Bishops’ Conferences issued a compelling appeal to the negotiating parties and heads of state working towards a new international climate agreement to be agreed this December at COP 21 in Paris.
The harmful impact of the mining industry incites resistance in local communities around the world. Below is what representatives of local movements have told us about this fight- a fight which is also supported by the Church.
Open letter of the communities affected by mining operations, received in Rome by the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace
Press release: Church sends a strong signal of support for communities affected by mining, and for work towards effective responses
Today, the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace will welcome about thirty representatives of communities affected by mining activities from Africa, Asia and Latin America for a three-day meeting, "A day of reflection - In union with God we hear a plea". The meeting is intended as a time for collection of evidence, sharing of experiences, reflection and proposals for future action by the Church or communities themselves.