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In 2015, CIDSE contributed to the organisation of a Pan-African Conference on Land Grabbing and Just Governance in Kenya, together with Africa Europe Faith and Justice Network (AEFJN), its American counterpart (AFJN) and the Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar (SECAM). The event took place in Kenya from 22 to 26 November and gathered over 100 participants.
Capitalisme et extraction minière : un divorce nécessaire vers des alternatives durables. Étude 2015 de la Commission Justice et Paix Belgique francophone
Press release: Land grabbing and just governance discussed in a unique pan-African conference starting today ahead of Pope’s visit to Africa.
The conference will highlight the state of land grabbing in Africa, cases of resistance across the continent, as well as Church responses and its increasing engagement on issues of land grabbing.
Securing a strong and effective EU regulation for supply chain due diligence to stop complicity in funding conflicts, CIDSE Briefing, November 2015 (Available in EN-FR)
A new report, inspired by pope’s Encyclical Laudato Si’ and published one month before the beginning of COP 21, sets out CIDSE’s vision for the Paris agreement, which should put the moral dimension of climate change at its core
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.
Le Baril ou la vie ? Impacts des activités des entreprises pétrolières françaises Perenco et Maurel & Prom en Amazonie péruvienne : quelles responsabilités des entreprises et des états ? Un rapport du CCFD-Terre Solidaire et du Secours Catholique-Caritas France en partenariat avec le CAAAP (Centre Amazonien d’Anthropologie et d’Application Pratique) et CooperAcción, septembre 2015 (Full report in French - Executive summary available in French and Spanish)
We, world citizens unite in a common call to all governments of the world gathering in New York 25-27 September 2015 for the United Nations Summit to adopt new universal goals for sustainable development, just 70 days before the critical twenty first Conference of Parties of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change in Paris.
One year after the launch of the Global Alliance for Climate Smart Agriculture (GACSA), civil society restates a firm “NO” to the alliance’s concept and to its programme in a common statement, signed by over 350 organisations from all over the world, in which they express serious concern about the agenda of this alliance.