Representatives from the youth, religious groups, indigenous and Moro people, peasant, LGBTQI community, and humanitarian organizations together with peace activists, environmental defenders, and think tanks join the anti-war press conference. The panelists from different countries and sectors discussed the consequences of growing tensions between superpowers.
APRN brought together people’s researchers and leading development workers from 11 countries to tackle head-on the crisis of development. APRN held its 4-day Biennial Research Conference 2022 in Phuket, Thailand through a hybrid setup for online and on-site participants.
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