Filipino activists protested today outside the Pakistan embassy in the Philippines , joining Asian and other activists across the world in demanding the immediate release of fisherfolk leader Saeed Baloch.
The Asian Peoples Movement on Debt and Development (APMDD) condemns the unjust arrest of one of our leaders, Saeed Baloch, by paramilitary forces in Pakistan last January 16, and demands his immediate release.
Social movements, religious associations, and other civil society groups across the Philippines have united to call for a strong and fair global climate agreement ahead of the international climate talks that will start on November 30.
In a seminar on "SDG and Paris Climate Conference: Redlines in View of MVCs People Expectations", civil society leaders urged the Prime Minister to lead the climate negotiation process and take the position for a Legally Binding Agreement in climate, which is indispensible for survival of MVC counties.
APMDD is a regional alliance of peoples’ movements, community organizations, coalitions, NGOs and networks. APMDD believes in social transformation that is all encompassing and interrelated: it is economic, political, cultural and environmental and has class, ethnicity/race and gender dimensions.