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 Celebrating the Victories of 2021 and Welcoming 2022

January 10, 2022

2021 Year End Report Amidst the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, environmental challenges and repression of Environmental Human Rights Defenders (EHRDs), we were able to achieve breakthroughs together as a network.    Defend the Planet, Defend Our Rights   Mass Campaign 101 Reclaiming the NarrativeBracing Against the Tide to Uphold Environmental Rights and Social Justice   […]

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APNED at the #COP26

November 13, 2021

Our network attended the side events and demonstrations at the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, known as COP26 in SEC Centre in Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, from 31 October to 13 November 2021. APNED and Center for Environmental Concerns – Philippines joined London Mining Network at the #COP26 on November 11, 2021, calling to […]

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September 13, 2021

Pull out foreign corporations oil, gas, mineral investments and the Burmese military! Support, Sign & Share #DivestTatmadaw @ In the aftermath of the unlawful military coup in Burma in February 2021, the Tatmadaw military regime killed, imprisoned, and displaced thousands of people to cling to power. As the military regime continues to brutalize and terrorize protesters, […]

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APNED joins Asia Solidarity Lab

September 11, 2021

Our network, Asia Pacific Network of Environment Defenders along with Asia Climate Rally, Greenpeace, #BreakFreeFromPlastic, International Women’s Rights Action Watch Asia Pacific, and People’s Vaccine Alliance Asia connect as co-hosts with different session partners for The Asia Solidarity Lab project led by APNED Panelists and Participants joins Asia Solidarity Lab (ASL) Sow Hope, Reap Solidarity activity […]

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The Launching of Pacific Education and Advocacy Festival

September 3, 2021

On August 31, 6:00 PM, Fiji, the Pacific Education and Advocacy Festival webinar was launched and organized by Pacific Council of Churches (PCC), Pasefika Fono, Fiji Council Of Social Services (FCOSS), Dewan Adat Papua (Papuan Customary Council), Rize of the Morning Star, Merdeka West Papua Support Network, Asia Pacific Research Network (APRN), Int’l Indigenous Peoples Movement […]

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Administrative change or an attack on Lakshadweep’s culture and biodiversity?

July 1, 2021

Submitted by APNED member, Renuka Kad of Vikas Adhyayan Kendra; Feature Image CTTO The #Save Lakshadweep campaign has been gaining momentum on social media for the past few days. The reason behind this is the dissatisfaction among the local people about the policy decision of Praful Patel, the administrator appointed by the central government in […]

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[VIDEO] APNED Mass Campaign 101

June 18, 2021

For World Environment Day, we are honored to share with you this video which was designed as an instructional guide for environmental defenders in understanding the different mass campaigns and their various steps. We thank our partners and members who shared their lessons that we have incorporated in this video. We hope that the video […]

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June 9, 2021

“West Papua since its controversial integration (1) into the Indonesian republic in 1963 has experienced a decrease in its Melanesian population, destruction of their cultures, displacement of people as refugees and internally displaced peoples (2) (IDPs), language extinction, environmental destruction, resource exploitation and other human rights abuses under heavy military occupation over the last 57 […]

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