Author: Susanna Hunter-Darch
Regaining my Power: a reflection on Action Learning
Rahwa, member of RAPAR, reflects on her journey in GRIPP and regaining power through Action Learning.
“We Can Speak for Ourselves” Amnesty UK platforms GRIPP’s voice
“The deepening conditions of poverty in the UK are a human rights violation.” Amnesty UK championing GRIPP’s message in their Summer members magazine.
Our Communities Voices, direct to you, the UN
On Wednesday 8th March 2023, Patricia Bailey from ATD Fourth World UK, and Rahwa Beyene from RAPAR, spoke on behalf of GRIPP to the 72nd PSWG of the CESCR Review in Geneva.
Climbing the Mountain: GRIPP’s first submission to the United Nations
In January 2023 GRIPP submitted its first ever evidence to the United Nations reporting violations of economic, social and cultural rights in their communities in the UK. Read about how we did it here.
Comrades in Adversity
Using Action Learning to unveil our knowledge and build solidarity as anti-poverty human rights activists
Do we dare kiss the frog?
The first GRIPP residential brings discussion, deliberation and dancing and some pretty impressive outputs
What does poverty and human rights mean to you?
Through the co-design of the GRIPP project communities shared their undestanding Poverty and Human Rights to mean to them.