COP28 delivered outcomes that were at the same time historic and not enough. So what were the real successes and failures of COP28, and what does it mean moving forward? Catherine Pettengell of CAN UK takes us through what happened in Dubai.
There have been a plethora of promises, commitments and legislation in 2023, but the current funding pledged falls way short for these to come to fruition. Bond’s Sandra Martinsone takes us through the highs and lows of sustainable economic development in 2023.
After another busy year for all our working groups, we here from the SDGs, Funding, Communications, Disability and Development, Humanitarian and People in the Picture groups about what they’ve been up to, and what they’re planning for 2024.
As we mark 75 years since the UN adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) CEO and President of the Fund for Global Human Right, Gabriela Bucher examines how we are falling short of the document’s historic promise, and looks at 5 key areas critical to the future of human rights.
Liz and Carrie present their fascinating findings from their research project, Money Talks, which reveals insights on how to communicate climate and development issues, and the potential perils of phrasing like “climate justice” with mainstream audiences.
To date, faith perspectives have remained at the fringes of environmental politics. What impact could engaging faith groups on climate issues have?
By including animals in national disaster risk reduction, preparedness and response plans, we can build community resilience and recover faster in the face of disasters.
On 10th September, Storm Daniel struck northeastern Libya, causing flash flooding that provoked a major humanitarian crisis. What is the humanitarian situation?
The briefing highlights what Bond, and many of our members, would like to see from governments, including the UK, at the summit and over the next year to drive forward global finance reform and to deliver on climate finance promises.