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Friday, 01 March 2019 13:56

CIDSE Highlights Jan-Feb 2019

CIDSE Highlights No.39, January - February 2019

Side event organised by Franciscans International, FIDH, FIAN, EURAC, CIDSE, Fastenopfer, Bread for All and WILPF during the UN Human Rights Council 40th Session.

Date: Geneva, 6 March 2019, 15:00-16:00 - Recording of the event

Venue: Palais des Nations - Room XXIV

Lent will start on 6 March. For the Catholic community, it is an important moment of introspection and personal spiritual renewal. In his message for the season, Pope Francis invites us to live as children of God to benefit creation, by cooperating to its redemption. It is also a moment where people can express their solidarity with poor people and communities around the world. Many CIDSE members run national Lenten campaigns during which they offer opportunities to reflect and engage. Below is an overview of their campaigns on human rights issues such as the right to food, access to land and water, peace, migration, women’s rights and youth as actors of social transformation.

Together with its partners on the ground, CIDSE joins in solidarity the victims of this terrible socio-environmental disaster and reflects on prevention measures.

Press Release: Lieve Herijgers, Director of CIDSE’s Belgian Flemish member organisation, Broederlijk Delen, has been elected new President of CIDSE.

Saturday, 01 September 2018 08:39

Thank you for taking action

You have signed the European initiative Rights for people, Rules for corporations – Stop ISDS!

CIDSE is joining the movement to end corporate privilege. Take part in the action as well!

Thursday, 20 December 2018 08:59

CIDSE Highlights Nov-Dec 2018

CIDSE Highlights No.38, November - December 2018

Wednesday, 19 December 2018 08:15

Blogging on Gender Equality in 2018: A review

This year we collected incredible testimonies from women who are fighting for their rights, their land and the future of their communities, while facing many obstacles. Here is a review of their calls and actions against oppression and injustice.

The documentary 'Energy to Change' premiered on 7 December to a crowd of 150 people. Among the audience were activists from Polish civil society, climate pilgrims, grassroots organizers, indigenous community members, and COP24 party representatives from across the world.   

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