INTERVIEWS

COP27 | 03.NOV.2022

‘We doubt that we will be able to mobilise as we did around COP26’

HAITI | 03.NOV.2022

‘Civil society must get involved because political actors cannot find a solution to our problems’

SPAIN | 02.NOV.2022

‘The main challenge is to consolidate legally recognised rights and prevent backsliding’

COP27 | 01.NOV.2022

‘Climate justice requires debt cancellation, reparations and non-debt climate finance for small island developing states’

LEBANON | 31.OCT.2022

‘The main culprits of the current crisis are bank owners and their greed for profit’

BURKINA FASO | 26.OCT.2022

‘For a major segment of civil society security is a more urgent concern than democracy’

IRAN | 25.OCT.2022

‘Mahsa Amini’s case was a spark in a flammable situation’

LIBERIA | 24.OCT.2022

‘Anyone who committed crimes during the civil wars should be prosecuted, wherever they are’

MALDIVES | 17.OCT.2022

‘We have come a long way, but more needs to be done to further open up civic space’