Our work centres on enabling people to organize to claim their rights and take control of their lives. It is only then that democracy can grow, resources can be distributed more fairly, and poverty can be reduced. ForumCiv have offices in Sweden, Lithuania, Colombia, Cambodia, Kenya, and Liberia. We work with both development cooperation, advocacy, project support and capacity development.
Examples of what ForumCiv contributes to
Over 20 000 people march to end femicide in Kenya
In January, ForumCiv in Kenya joined a collective of feminist movements, human rights activists, concerned citizens, and civil society organizations in the country for an End Femicide march.
Eastern Partnership: civil society approaches to reshaping the future of Eastern Europe and South Caucasus
The Eastern Partnership (EaP) was formed in 2009 to strengthen EU ties with six eastern neighbour countries. Today, it faces several questions about its continued relevance and significance as a...
“The bees send the children to school”
Small holder farmers are often among those who live in absolute poverty and often live in places where climate change effects are severe. ForumCiv accompanied Vi Agroforestry to meet some of the...
Empowering rural women through land rights
In a world where land ownership has long been a symbol of power and economic security, the fight for rural women's land rights continues to gain momentum in Liberia.
How communities in Uganda are adopting sustainable solutions to sanitation through the Paid to Poop project
For the last three years, ForumCiv in partnership with Students Support and Philanthropy Program (SSPP) in Uganda have been implementing the Paid to Poop project funded by Vinnova through MAD (Make A...