The Cultures of Resistance Network stands in solidarity with the people of Haiti as they continue to face natural and man-made disasters. We're proud to highlight the work of two partner organizations in Haiti: Partners in Health and the Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti.
For many years, the Cultures of Resistance Network has been proud to work with leading organizations, activists, musicians, and filmmakers who are taking courageous stands for Palestinian human rights. After reaching out to many of these allies, we have identified a variety of ways in which you can get involved. Click here to find out more.
We at the Cultures of Resistance Network support Bahrainis who are using nonviolent resistance to express their grievances, and we believe that grassroots solidarity and citizen diplomacy are the best tools we have to promote freedom of speech and protect against state violence. Read our profile of the Bahrain Youth Society for Human Rights, a leading organization for the protection of essential freedoms.
The ongoing violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), which has plagued the country for a decade and a half, is a situation we are particularly concerned about. Read more to find out how our ally Friends of the Congo is working towards a peaceful Congo.
After reaching out to ally organizations and activists in Syria, we have gathered some steps to support the nonviolent resistance, the best of which are listed here. Join others from around the world to take urgent action in solidarity with the Syrian people!
The people of Ecuador, with CoR Network allies Amazon Watch and the Rainforest Action Network at their side, continue to demand justice from oil giant Chevron in the wake of one of the biggest oil-related disasters in history. Click here to learn more about the case and how you can help demand justice in Ecuador.
The Cultures of Resistance Network literally searched the planet to find inspiring forms of creative resistance. In doing so, we have forged bonds with a broad array of cutting-edge organizers who have recommended meaningful ways that you can join in campaigns for peace and justice. Read on to find out more about top options for getting involved with our top campaigns.
The Cultures of Resistance Network has long stood in solidarity with indigenous Kayapó opposition to the Brazilian government’s Belo Monte Dam on the Xingu River in the Amazon. The dam, currently under construction, will have a disastrous impact on the Kayapó homeland. Click here to learn more about the past, present, and future of the struggle against the Belo Monte and other big dams around the world.