After Cyclone Pam: rebuilding a community multimedia space
When the category five Tropical Cyclone Pam hit on 13 March 2015—packing winds of up to 250 kilometres per hour—people in Vanuatu were in a […]
Understanding the intersection between gender and climate change in the Caribbean: synopsis report
The Commonwealth Foundation convened a two-day dialogue with representatives from several civil society organisations across the Caribbean on Monday June 4 and Tuesday June 5 […]
Commonwealth Voices: conversations with changemakers
Commonwealth Voices is a podcast about citizens coming together to participate in democracy and influence the institutions that shape their lives. Subscribe to the podcast […]
Changing together or falling apart: global climate frameworks need concerted action – now
Will governments convene and coordinate the multi-stakeholder approaches that are required to tackle climate change?
Johannesburg waste pickers organise to defend their livelihoods
Four months ago, WIEGO’s project with the Commonwealth Foundation Waste integration South Africa (WISA) took an unplanned turn as Johannesburg’s waste-pickers were faced with a […]
Adaptation, or justice? Climate action in the Pacific
The purchase of land has been sanctioned to relocate the population of Kiribati in the face of climate change impacts. If this happens, it could spell the end of a sovereign state due to climate change. How does Pacific civil society plan to respond to the immediacy of the threat?