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Protesters demand “Climate Justice’ for those who have done least to cause the climate crisis but most impacted and least able to deal with its consequences

Actions held in more than 125 cities and towns across Asia to ‘Sound the Alarm on the Climate Emergency’

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Amidst COVID-19 and lockdowns, violence against women, women’s unpaid care work, job loss, and exposure to health risks have intensified.

Make Taxes Work for Women Now!

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Adaro Energy: Dirty Money from Dirty Energy (Issue Brief 2019 Dec)In less than three decades, the Jakarta-based firm Adaro Energy has grown into one of the largest producers of thermal coal in the country and in the region. By end-2017, it posted a 45% spike in net profits to reach more than $480 million, surpassing net profits registered by Indonesia's largest coal producer. The following year, it reported revenues amounting to $3.6 billion, and together with a private equity firm, also acquired coal assets of the Australian mining giant Rio Tinto for $2.25 billion.2 It has since acquired 80% of Rio Tinto’s interest in the Kestrel mine in Central Queensland, Australia.

Adaro Energy currently and its subsidiaries currently cover a whole range of coal mining activities that include exploration, drilling, transport and maintenance.

pdfAdaro Energy: Dirty Money from Dirty Energy (Issue Brief 2019 Dec)

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Poverty, economic marginalization and exploitation render women more vulnerable to gender-based violence and pull women down in their uphill climb to fully enjoy their rights. Access to and control over land and resources remain a significant barrier for many women in Asia.

The Long Climb Up: Women Fighting

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The APMDD stands in solidarity with women all over the world in raising their voice against all forms of gender-based violence and in calling for an end to the systemic discrimination, marginalization and exploitation that millions of women in Asia contend with every day.

16 Days to end GBV: Women's fight for survival, safety, security and system change

APMDD Statement: pdf"16 Days of Activism to End Gender-Based Violence" – Amidst Multiple Crises: Women's fight for survival, safety, security and system change