Climate Change is About…Women: What we learned about resilience in the women-led community of María Auxiliadora
The same patterns of corporate privilege and abuse witnessed in Cochabamba in 2000 persist today.
Aldo Orellana on the Water War’s legacy in Bolivia fifteen years on.
What could Cochabamba in 2000 tell us about Ireland’s present battle over water privatization?
Leny Olivera writing from Lima, where the Democracy Center is hosting a photo exhibition at the People’s Climate Summit, based on our photo-documentary Climate Change is About…Women.
LATEST REPORT Corporate Conquistadors: The Many Ways Multinationals Both Drive and Profit from Climate Change
On-the-ground coverage from around the COP20 all week from the DC team in Lima. Stay tuned to this blog page and follow/connect @DemocracyCenter
LATEST PROJECT A multi-layered photodocumentary microsite exploring the interrelations between violence, resilience and climate change in the lives of four women in a peri-urban Bolivian community.
Visite el micrositio: Cambio Climático es…hablar de Mujeres Visit the microsite: Climate Change is About…Women Estamos en Lima para el Cumbre de los Pueblos, coincidiendo con el COP20. Entre muchas otras cosas, visite la exposición de estas fotos en el Parque …
There is an opportunity afoot to strengthen justice and global South representation in the climate movement (and here are a couple of resources to help us do it)