CARE is committed to tackling the underlying causes of poverty and social injustice to bring lasting change to the world’s most vulnerable. This requires supporting and engaging with change agents. Research shows that major social change only occurs when those who have been excluded from power organise collectively in the form of social movements to challenge existing systems and their impact. In addition, there is growing evidence globally that feminist social movements are driving gender justice.

Latest Publications

Rapid gender and protection analysis: Cyclone Kenneth response, Cabo Delgado Province, Mozambique

  • Countries: Mozambique
  • Co-authors: COSACA - Oxfam, Save the Children, CARE
  • Published: June 2019

We bend, we do not break: Resilient communities dealing with disaster and climate change

  • Countries: Ethiopia, Guatemala, Indonesia, Mali, Philippines, Uganda
  • Co-authors: Partners for Resilience
  • Published: May 2019

Good practices for integrating gender equality and women’s empowerment in climate-smart agriculture programmes

  • Co-authors: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • Published: April 2019

Women’s and girls’ rights and agency in humanitarian action: A life-saving priority

  • Countries: Global
  • Co-authors: Inter-agency position paper
  • Published: April 2019