One World Action is a charity based in
London whose aims are a world
free from poverty and oppression, where strong democracies safeguard
One World Action supports partner organizations in Asia,
Central America, whose work are founded on the principles of
democracy. Many supported projects tackle gender inequality.
All its programmes are initiated by local people, providing
understanding and meeting of local needs.
Formerly named the
Bernt Carlsson Trust,
One World Action was founded
Glenys Kinnock on December 21, 1989 – exactly one year after UN
Commissioner for Namibia, Bernt Carlsson, was killed in the Pan Am
Flight 103 crash.
The charity is affiliated with Solidar.
Nearly 300,000 people in
Angola were given access to clean water
through the work of a
One World Action partner, the Development
Through mediation a
One World Action partner, Nagorik Uddyog has
settled nearly 1000 separate cases of conflict involving the poor in
One World Action partner, Movimiento Maria Elena
Cuadra, provides training to women factory workers in the Export
Processing Zones about labour rights and health & safety.
One World Action is thought to be behind the politicalcompass.org
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