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Climate box

Climate box provides students with important information on issues related to global climate change in an interesting, attractive and entertaining way.  


Judges, national human rights institutions and communities meet to ensure human rights protection of those with HIV and TB

The first Regional Judges’ Forum on HIV, Human Rights and the Law in Eurasia will explore how the law can better protect the rights of people living with HIV, key populations of HIV and those living…  


6 major human rights trends across Europe and Central Asia

In the Eastern Europe and Central Asia region, threats and vulnerabilities of people towards discrimination, exclusion and violence remain high. Here are six major human rights problems that we are…  


Trending: Partnering with the private sector for environmental protection

In Albania, we partnered with the private sector not just for public advocacy but also in-company structural change.  


If not now, when? It's time to unite for climate justice

With climate crisis looming ahead, only collective effort will bring about change. As individuals we too must speed up our reaction to the global crisis and push our governments to do more.  


Our promise

What we're doing in the race to beat climate change in Eastern Europe and Central Asia.  


Building a climate-resilient Georgia

A new programme in Georgia will provide a tested and ready model that will protect the country's citizens and help in preventing climate-driven disasters.  


Toolkit takes climate action from classroom to courtyard

The Climate Box toolkit teaches climate action to youth and takes it from the classroom to the courtyard.  


In Serbia, climate change forces a new reality

In Serbia, temperatures are rising and extreme weather events means both flooding and severe droughts. For those who make their living off the land and sea, climate change is forcing a new reality.  


Positive women

What’s it like living as an HIV positive woman in the Tajikistan of today? Delve into the lives of Madina and Tahmina and explore their struggles in this graphic novel.  

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