What’s inside: Fisherfolk group assesses fisheries subsidy agreement draft Lack of justice for Syngenta’s poisoning victims in Yavatmal lamentable Manipur landslide: It is time railways start paying heed to locals Pandemic and Southern debt in 2022: Inching towards debt crisis The rise of dairy industries in Pakistan and many more!
Inside stories: 75 years after the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings: Stand for peace amidst covert nuclear stockpiling How dams affected IP communities in Myanmar and the Philippines? A&E Reflections by Aaliyah Hasna In defense of investments: US hegemony in Asia Pacific
Inside stories: The UN Human Rights Council must act to stop the attacks on indigenous peoples, human rights defenders, and our communities Implication of Draft EIA Notification, 2020 in Manipur Decades of action: CSOs and people’s movement clamor for Development Justice to achieve Agenda 2030 in the era of Covid-19 The global mining industry and […]
Achieving the SDGs: PH CSO Proposals for Genuine People’s Development in the context of GSDR 2019
Inside stories: Resist Militarism and State Fascism. People’s rights now! Photo Essay: #StopTheAttacks APRN research conference on military conflicts in the Asia Pacific region People’s forum statement on the 14th East Asia Summit
Inside stories: False sense of development? International networks scrutinize China’s belt and road initiative Beyond Istanbul: Redefining and owning the concept of development effectiveness for CSOs Encapsulating the People Over Profit network’s advocacy and strategy meeting
On this issue: Development Aid With Chinese Characteristics? Activists, CSOs bolster call to reject RCEP in Bali negotiations APRN Pushes for Effective Development Cooperation Amidst Shrinking Spaces for CSOs Goals vs Realities: Looking back at the Peoples’ Forum & APFSD 2019 Quo Vadis Goal 16? A people’s review of the state of peace, justice, and […]
Our newsletter for the 4th quarter of 2018 is out! Read on this issue reflections on the recently held People’s Global Conference Against IMF-World Bank, a look back into APRN’s 20 years of work in championing people-centered research, and download links to recently released publications. Download your free copy here!
The APRN Newsletter for the 1st half of 2018 is now available! On this issue we covered activities during the 2018 APFSD, the 51st ADB Governor’s Meeting, statements on the ISDS, the crackdown on activists in India, and the terrorist proscription of Filipino civil society leaders, and other network updates. Download your copy here.
Our newsletter for the 2nd and 3rd quarters of 2017 is now available. Read on the recent updates on our campaign against RCEP, the anti-war convention in Toronto, the “Zombie TPPA,” and other activities by our network members. Click on the image below to view and download a copy.
On this issue we cover the recently concluded APRN Biennial Conference, People Over Profit’s campaign against free trade agreements, the 7th year of the Istanbul Principles, CSO gatherings to tackle development effectiveness, and other network activities and updates.
APRN’s newsletter for the third and fourth quarters of 2016 is now available. This issue covers the 28th and 29th Summit of Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in Laos, the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) ministerial meeting in Cebu, the 16th RCEP Negotiation Round in Indonesia, APRN’s participation at the World Social Forum in Montreal, Canada (WSF 2016), the GPEDC 2nd High-Level Meeting (HLM2) in Nairobi, Kenya, the People Over Profit Unity Statement, and other network updates.
APRN’s newsletter for the second quarter of 2016 is now available. APRN’s newsletter for the second quarter of 2016 is now available. This quarter’s issue covers RCEP campaigns, negotiations, APRN’s participation at the Asia-Europe People’s Forum (AEPF), AP-RCEM’s contribution to HLPF, APRN 2016 Biennial Conference happening on 3-4 November in Beirut, Lebanon and statements in support of South Korea’s opposition to the deployment of a US missile defense system, Japanese resistance to US military bases, and other updates.
APRN’s Newsletter for the First Quarter of 2016 is now available. This issue covers the Agenda 2030 and the Recent APFSD, TPP updates, the upcoming ASEAN Civil Society Conference, updates on the #FoodNotBullets campaign and more!
APRN Newsletter second Quarter 2015 (please click link to download) This issue features APRN’s engagement with the ASEAN and the Post-2015 Development Agenda. You will also find information on some of the network members’ campaigns. Enjoy reading and please share this to your friends. For feedback and/or inquiries, please write an email to [email protected] Sincerely, […]
APRN Newsletter First Quarter 2015 Contents: APRN Co-organizes Side events at World Social Forum Sendai Framework Approved at 3rd WCDRR US Could Rewrite Australian Law after TPP signed, group claims Philippine Economy not going strong as government claims– research group Aid watchdog calls for Australian support for PNG anti-corruption measures Monsanto’s flagship pesticide linked to […]
This is a double issue of the APRN Newsletter, containing the 3rd and 4rth quarter. In this issue, the network’s Biennial Conference and General Council Meeting are featured, as well as actions at the PGA in New York and at the Climate Summit in Lima, Peru. Enjoy reading and Season’s Greetings!
This issue of the APRN Newsletter contains news, and updates on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) and the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Agenda, and an invitation to the Asia Pacific People’s Conference on Development Justice: The APRN Biennial Conference 2014.
This issue of the APRN Newsletter contains news about the recently concluded ASEAN Civil Society Conference/ ASEAN People’s Forum (ACSC/APF) held last March in Yangon, Myanmar, and the First High Level Meeting of the Global Partnership on Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC) held last April in Mexico City.
This issue contains news from network members from October to December 2013 . It also contains updates and declarations on the recently concluded WTO Bali Ministerial and COP 19 of the UNFCCC.
This issue contains regional, and national news and updates from July to September 2013. It also contains updates from our members’ activities and issues during the period.
This issue covers regional, national, and network news and updates from April to June 2013. It also features APRN activities during this quarter including the CPDE Global Training of Trainers on CSO DE, the network’s participation to the Global Power Shift in Turkey and its statement on the ADB Annual Governor’s Meeting.
This issue covers regional, national, and network news and issues from January to March 2013. It also features APRN’s campaign on Trade and Development, with special focus on the World Trade Organization, in the run up to its Ministerial Meeting in Bali, Indonesia on December. Also, there are articles on different events and issues from […]
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