Working groups

South Africa Group

– Current project: CISU – Workers not Slaves – 499.704 DKK
– Strengthening union and working conditions of South African agricultural workers and their community
– Partner(s): TCOE and CSAAWU (Union)
– Strategic focus(es) according to GA strategy: Power & democracy,  resource grabbing, and global trade structures

Gastivists

– Current project: CISU – Fighting the gas rush in Mozambique  – 457.529 DKK
– Aims to challenge the impunity of the gas industry in the Cabo Delgado province
– Partner(s): JA! Justica Ambiental – Friends of the Earth Mozambique
– Strategic focus(es) according to GA strategy: Power & democracy, resource grabbing, global trade structures and climate justice

Climate Group

– Current project: CISU – Pathway to Climate Justice – 3.368.765 DKK
– Capacity strengthening of La Via Campesina as a social movement in its efforts to attain the just representation of indigenous peoples, rural communities and smallholders in the face of climate change
– Partner(s): ZIMZOFF, LVC
– Strategic focus(es) according to GA strategy: Climate justice

Ocean Grabbing Group

– Current project: CISU – Putting the “O” in environmental injustice – 478.288 DKK
– Strengthening the Mauritius based CARES’ work with vulnerable coastal communities, and supporting two complimentary events: The 4th School of Ecology and the first Indian Ocean Conference
– Partner(s): CARES Mauritius
– Strategic focus(es) according to GA strategy: Climate justice

Mozambique Group

– Current project: CISU – Dziwani II – 1.567.021 DKK
– Aims to mobilise local communities in Tete and educate them on their rights in regards to transnational corporations natural resource exploitation
– Partner(s): AAAJC
– Strategic focus(es) according to GA strategy: Power & democracy, resourcegrabbing and global trade structures

Zimbabwe Group / “The Institute Group”

– Current project: CISU – United Against Patriarchy – 1.400.000 DKK
– Strengthening IYWD, a democratic, feminist women’s movement working for women’s rights and against the patriarchy in Zimbabwe
– Partner(s): Institute For Young Women’s Development, IYWD
– Strategic focus(es) according to GA strategy: Power & democracy

Swaziland Group

– Current project(s): CISU – Push for a People’s Government – 1.406.230 DKK
– Fighting against the regime in Swaziland, working towards democratic structures
– Partner(s): Swaziland United Democratic Front, SUDF
– Strategic focus(es) according to GA strategy: Power & democracy

Development for Whom? Group

– Current project: None currently
– Campaign group working on highlighting the skewed discourse of developmental work and investments, both in a Danish context and in the Global South.
– Partner(s) with: AIDC and TCOE in South Africa
– Strategic focus(es) according to GA strategy: Power & democracy, resource grabbing, global trade structures, climate justice

Western Sahara Political Group

– Current project: None currently
– Aims to spread awareness and information on Africa’s last colony, Western Sahara. Lobbying in Denmark and internationally.
– Partner(s): Western Sahara Resource Watch, WRSW
– Strategic focus(es) according to GA strategy: Power & democracy and resource grabbing

Western Sahara Campaign Group

– The group focus on spreading awareness and information on Africa’s last colony, Western Sahara.
– This is a campaign group.

The Labor action group

– The group focus on working conditions in the global tactile industry.
– This is a campaign group.

Trade Group / Solidarisk Handel (Ethical trade)

– Current project: GF (Global Fokus) – Global Handel – 400.000 DKK
– A resource and educating group, focusing on trade and working against free trade, impunity of transnational corporations and alternatives.
– Partner(s): Makes up “Netværk For Solidarisk Handel”/Network for Trade Justice with the organisations: Mellemamerika Komitteen, COLSOL and NOAH
– Strategic focus(es) according to GA strategy: Global trade structures

The Secretariat

– Consists of the employees, Interns and others who are daily in Global Aktion.

The Board

– Elected at our general meeting. Has set up a Policy Committee and an Organizational Committee.
– Their meetings are open to anyone who is a member of the association.