Read the original article here. Human rights researcher Alexa Koenig said, “Visuals are often the bridge between lived experiences on the ground and some of the greatest seats of power,” but that was not what Ashley Funk thought would happen when she received her first camera at age six. She took pictures of everything and […]
This guidebook on radical collaboration is for everyone who is engaged in climate collaborations, from all backgrounds, in all sectors, at all scales. It will help you work more effectively with diverse others to produce better results. The book itself is the result of an international collaboration among thirty-six experienced practitioners (direct quotes from interviews […]
Data and artificial intelligence have a vital role to play in helping us understand and tackle this climate crisis, from predicting extreme weather events, to improving the energy efficiency of our homes and helping to identify deforestation. However, as with data systems at large, individuals and communities tend to have little say in how data […]
Experts in global health analize the increase of COVID-19 vaccination rates in low-income countries.Moderated by Rockefeller Foundation’s Deepali Khanna, panelists Gregory Rockson of mPharma and María Moreno de los Ríos of Hivos share insights on working with local communities to address concerns and get more life saving shots in arms!
Community communication is a powerful tool to tell the stories developed by communicators from the peoples and communities of the Amazon, who teach us about the struggles in defense of their lands from their own voices and narratives. In this sense, Hivos and the Coordination of Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon Basin (COICA), within the […]
More than 30 local and international organizations meet in the city of Quito to exchange experiences, achievements, and learnings for the defense of the Amazon. Quito, September 14tn, 2022.- Since 2018, the All Eyes on the Amazon (AEA) program has been implemented in the Amazon of Ecuador, Peru, and Brazil through a coalition led by […]
Amazonia Viva (Living Amazon) is a StoryMap showing the location of social-environmental conflicts created by extractive practices in the Ecuadorian Amazon Region. This information is updated as these data are reported. The StoryMap also contains four in-depth stories offering context, data, and testimonials, to better comprehend the historical causes of the social-environmental conflicts intensified by […]