Join our online event on 13–17 September 2021. A week in the name of democracy with both virtual and live events at the Kenya National Theatre and The Museums Of Kenya.
"Every person has the right to take care, be cared for and self-care/take care of themselves" (Pautassi, 2018) *
Between 2018 and 2020 ForumCiv’s sub-granting reached nearly half of the countries in the world and the important role civil society plays for positive change is evident.
It is not likely that we forget the year of 2020 any time soon. In the wake of Covid-19, civil society actors, ForumCiv included, swiftly shifted to work from home through the digital sphere.
How can fighting for environmental and climate justice address our current climate induced emergency? Join us for a week of workshops and other happenings to demonstrate how we work and commit to...
In the informal settlements of Nairobi, Kenya, one artivist, Javan the Poet, is standing out for the use of poetry and music to address rampant extrajudicial killings and rights violations.
In this public statement, Diakonia, ForumCiv, Act Church of Sweden, We Effect and SweFOR, condemn the murder of Governor Sandra Liliana Peña Chocué of the La Laguna Siberia Indigenous Reservation...
Halima Kahiye, a young female journalist, works in one of the most marginalised and patriarchal regions in the world, overcoming adversity every day to empower her community through information.
When you play with this kaleidoscope, your look is transformed. We live in aworld where sex and gender produce and justify the exclusion and subordination of an important part of society. This impacts...
As part of the ForumCiv project implementation team, the author of this chronicle shares her experience of travelling to the Miravalle ex-combatant settlement, in the region of El Pato, Caquetá.