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Rapport "La Vigilance Au Menu: 5 risques humains et environnementaux a identifier par l'agro-industrie"
Deux ans après l’adoption de la loi française sur le devoir de vigilance, les entreprises françaises publient leurs premiers plans de vigilance. Nous constatons que les mesures prises par les entreprises de l’agro-industrie sont succinctes et ne répondent pas aux exigences légales. Le rapport du CCFD-Terre Solidaire « La vigilance au menu » met en lumière les risques qui doivent impérativement être pris en compte dans ce secteur pour que le respect des droits humains et la protection de l’environnement ne restent pas lettres mortes.
Online report by Bread for all and Fastenopfer (Available in FR and DE),
Press release: Davos, Switzerland
*Action is taking place on January 23rd at 1 pm, in front of the Davos Library*. Campaigners dressed as corporate wolves will invade the streets of Davos, on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum (WEF), to protest the rights of corporations to sue governments under controversial “Investor State Dispute Settlement” (ISDS) provisions.
Vers la fin du business as usual ? Document d'analyse par Entraide et Fraternité, décembre 2018
An exploration on Laudato Si’s approach to our relationship and responsibility to care for the land and its small-scale food producers. Joint publication by AEFJN – Africa-Europe Faith and Justice Network; AFJN – Africa Faith and Justice Network; AFSA – Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa; SECAM – Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar; and RECOWA – Regional Episcopal Conference of West Africa with the support of CIDSE. October 2018.
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With a powerful appeal signed by six presidents of continental bishops’ conferences, leaders of the Catholic Church call government leaders to take ambitious and immediate action to tackle and over-come the devastating effects of the climate crisis.
It’s not easy to roll back cultural norms we grew up with and which appear acceptable to the majority. Three years ago, though I was already an activist for various social and environmental causes, I had no interest in feminism. At the time, I viewed feminism as running through practically all the causes for which I was an activist but I didn’t see it as a cause in itself. My attitude changed in 2016 when I spent a year in Canada. Over there, I realised that the share of gender roles, while not yet quite equal, was much less segmented than in Europe. As a result of studying my new environment and a colleague who was heavily involved in feminism in Montreal, I became convinced that the feminist struggle had its own identity without necessarily being involved in other struggles.
Confronting the Digital Age, Right to Food Nutrition Watch, 2018 ⁄ ISSUE 10. (Available in EN / ES/ FR/ PT)
This report provides an alternate response to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change’s request to the IPCC to analyse impacts of warming to 1.5°C and related greenhouse gas emission pathways. Prepared by representatives of the Climate Land Ambition and Rights Alliance (CLARA) of which CIDSE is part. CLARA is a consortium of advocates, faith-based organizations and scientists concerned with climate mitigation and adaptation, the report responds specifically to the concern that many IPCC pathways rely heavily on untested mitigation approaches such as bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS). CLARA supports the IPCC’s objective of strengthening the global response to the threat of climate change while meeting sustainable development goals and reducing poverty.
Responding to the release of the IPCC report, leaders of Catholic development agencies launch an urgent call, as there isn’t much time available to tackle the crisis without running into terrible consequences.