African Activists for Climate Justice

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Call For Application- Cohort IV 2024
The Nairobi Summer School on Climate Justice (NSSCJ)

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ANALYSIS OF DUBAI UAE UNFCCC-COP28
DECISIONS

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Connect with other climate activists , experts and passionnate individuals on "Power to Voices app" beyond #COP28 and be part of the change!
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About us

The African Activists for Climate Justice Project, led by PACJA, unites five dynamic consortium partners—AYC, FEMNET, OXFAM NOVIB, NATURAL JUSTICE, and PACJA—each with strategic strengths in youth mobilization, women-led advocacy, resilient community building, amplifying African narratives, and locally driven adaptation initiatives. We passionately connect grassroots communities to regional and global processes, supported by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Our goal: a powerful and lasting climate action footprint.

Join our Movement!

Amidst governmental attempts to silence climate activists, the AACJ program has launched “Power to Voices,” a remarkable digital platform empowering social justice advocates across Africa. This secure alternative to mainstream social media shields activists from censorship, fostering networking, campaign support, and knowledge sharing. The new mobile app version adds flexibility, enabling activists to amplify their voices for climate justice anytime, anywhere, and strengthening the global activist community. Join us in this revolutionary movement for a more equitable and just world.

Our Locally led actions

The AACJ program has been at the forefront of locally led climate action in Africa, empowering communities and driving change across the continent. Through a range of impactful interventions, including awareness campaigns, capacity-building workshops, and engagement with decision-makers, AACJ has successfully raised awareness about the urgent need for climate justice. By mobilizing and empowering diverse segments of society, including women, young people, and influential entities, AACJ has fostered a sense of collective responsibility and collaboration in addressing the impacts of climate change. With a focus on sustainability and scalability, AACJ’s efforts have laid the foundation for long-term resilience, adaptation, and mitigation strategies, ensuring a more just and sustainable future for Africa and its people.

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Multistakeholder Consultative Forum Recommendations to the 37th AU Heads of States Summit on Strengthening Governance of Climate Action in Africa

The Multistakeholder Consultative Forum on COP28 Reflections and Strategy for COP29 has laid out a roadmap for Africa's climate governance and action. Key recommendations call for enhanced leadership in climate…

Shaping Africa’s Climate Agenda: The Multistakeholder Forum on COP28 Reflections and COP29 Strategy”

The Multistakeholder Forum on COP28 Reflections and COP29 Strategy in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, was a pivotal gathering aimed at addressing Africa's pressing climate challenges and setting an african climate agenda…

Key Takeaways from the AACJ Project Coordination Meeting

The recent AACJ Project Coordination Meeting brought together key stakeholders across Africa to delve into sustainability, evaluate progress through the Mid-Term Review, reflect on COP29 outcomes, and strategize for impactful…

Reflecting on the AACJ High-Level Policy Dialogue: Charting the Course for Climate Justice in Africa

At the recent AACJ High-Level Policy Dialogue, key voices from the consortium and its supporters, including Sjarah Soede, Paula Schindeler, and Mithika Mwenda, converged to address the challenges and opportunities…

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