Publications

  • Art Advocacy and Climate Justice

    This study maps out the multiple ways in which art can function as a medium to advocate for climate justice. It presents ten case studies and concludes with opportunities, challenges and recommendations to foster “artivism” for climate justice.

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  • Without Indigenous women, there’s no future

    Faces, voices and dreams of the Indigenous women of the Amazon
    This photobook is a compilation of photographs and interviews to Indigenous women from the Amazon Basin with special emphasis on leaders from Ecuador, Peru, and Brazil.

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  • Mobilizing finance for local climate change solutions

    This discussion paper aims to enable greater discussion, solutions, and action on climate finance issues at the local level.

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  • Putting justice, equity and human rights at the core of global climate action

    This white paper outlines the ambition, approach and Theory of Change of one of Hivos’ three impact areas: Climate Justice.

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  • Indigenous Peoples and Access to the Justice System in Maranhão (Summary)

    This Executive Summary is part of the “Indigenous Peoples and Access to the Justice System in Maranhão” report.

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  • Sustainable diets and Covid-19

    Hivos and IIED launched a new paper that calls upon governments to adopt crisis mitigation measures that are truly green and inclusive.

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  • The Hidden Life of Theories of Change

    In this policy brief, we explore the more hidden aspects of the life of Theories of Change.

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  • Food systems and climate change

    Based on learnings from the Sustainable Diets for All (SD4All) program, we have identified a number of recommendations for policy, action and research on food systems and climate change.

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  • Beyond maize: exploring agricultural diversification in Zambia

    This discussion paper explores the reasons for the lack of agricultural diversity from the perspectives of smallholder households, market actors and extension officers.

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  • A lobby and advocacy approach to energy access

    This document is a description of Hivos’ lobby and advocacy approach to promoting green and inclusive energy. The document describes how we think change happens and can be used as a guide by others.

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