#Beirut

Aid to Lebanon

Beirut, Mar Mikhael, Libanon

Donate now and support Lebanese civil society! Read more

Study

Disaster in the Philippines

Four Years after the super typhoon Yolanda (international name: Haiyan) medico-partner IBON released a study assessing the rehabilitation, reconstruction and recovery efforts. Read more

Flight and aid in northern Syria

Autonomy under fire

Emergency aid workers of the Kurdish Red Crescent

The Turkish occupation of Afrin has initiated a new refugee drama. The future of the Kurdish self-administration remains uncertain. Read more

Shrinking spaces

Democracy under pressure

Oppositions are reviled, NGOs banned, criticism is prosecuted as treason: worldwide, the spaces for emancipatory politics are being deliberately pared away. Read more

#Beirut

Aid to Lebanon

Beirut, Mar Mikhael, Libanon

Donate now and support Lebanese civil society! Read more

Flight and aid in northern Syria

Autonomy under fire

Emergency aid workers of the Kurdish Red Crescent

The Turkish occupation of Afrin has initiated a new refugee drama. The future of the Kurdish self-administration remains uncertain. Read more

Study

Disaster in the Philippines

Four Years after the super typhoon Yolanda (international name: Haiyan) medico-partner IBON released a study assessing the rehabilitation, reconstruction and recovery efforts. Read more

Shrinking spaces

Democracy under pressure

Oppositions are reviled, NGOs banned, criticism is prosecuted as treason: worldwide, the spaces for emancipatory politics are being deliberately pared away. Read more

News

26.02.2015 “We must not fail in Gaza.”

"As UN agencies and international NGOs operating in Gaza, we are alarmed by the limited progress in rebuilding the lives of those affected and tackling the root causes of the conflict."

11.10.2011 Rights instead of Compassion for East Africa

We have to understand the roots of tragedies to avoid repetition. The crisis in East Africa is not at all „unbelievable“, as some commentators continue to suggest, the approaching disaster has been foreseeable for years and decades. People are dying not only because of an unfortunate drought but also of systemic, wide-ranging problems such as climate change, the consequences of neo-liberal ideologies, military interventions and unstable grain markets - and because the world of states is unwilling to outlaw and pursue the warlords that have been destroying Somalia for 20 years.