Norwegian People’s Aid (NPA) is a non-governmental organisation with roots in the Norwegian labour movement. NPA supports processes to enhance equitable distribution of power and resources through mobilisation, popular participation and collective organisation.
Joint Civil Society Statement, Oslo, 23 May 2019.
Thinking about social reincorporation may bring different associations. On one hand, it is intrinsically attached to conflict, alienation, and social wounds. On the other hand, however, it opens up a door to new beginnings, reinvention and why not, hope.
Hai Lang, Quang Tri (May 9th 2018): Four leaders in Vietnam’s international community, ambassadors representing Switzerland, Norway, Canada, and New Zealand observes an all-woman demining team at work.
For minorities to be able to enjoy equal rights and participate in decision-making, an important place to start is providing education in their mother tongue. Inclusion through education was the topic of a workshop held in Erbil by NPA and partners.
A new report on investments by Norway’s sovereign wealth fund in the Occupied Palestinian Territory recommends reviewing exclusion criteria to avoid inconsistencies and prevent human rights risks.
Norwegian People's Aid would like to pay our deepest respect to the victims of the genocide against the Tutsi. We are committed to support a prosperous development of Rwanda through our support to civil society.
Lebanon: As part of the 20-month Global Mine Action Programme (GMAP) funded by the United Kingdom Department for International Development (DFID), ITAD was contracted to conduct a monitoring and evaluation visit in Lebanon.
“Having lived here for 25 years, I have many times encountered wartime explosive weapons” says coffee farmer Le Quang Tien. NPA is now clearing explosives in the former restricted area, making it safer for the farmer and his family.