Civil society organizations, including Inter Pares, denounce the release of genetically modified “male-sterile” mosquitoes in Burkina Faso.
Over ten Canadian civil society organizations denounce the recent and ongoing violent repression against peaceful, non-violent protesters in Sudan.
The women’s movement will continue to organize and shape a revolution that recognizes the autonomy and respects the agency of women.
Inter Pares is thrilled to congratulate two champions of biodiversity on winning the prestigious Equator Prize.
Asha is the director of the Sudanese Organization for Research and Development (SORD).
Co-founder of Tiniguena, she devoted her life to working for social change and peace in her country.
TWN-Africa is one of Africa’s leading policy organizations on economic justice and mining.
Assétou Samaké, plant geneticist from Mali, explains how women and biodiversity are the cornerstones of Africa’s food security.