The Global Call to Action Against Poverty can take its place as a public movement alongside the movement to abolish slavery and the international solidarity against apartheid.About Us
Zambia and COVID-19A few weeks ago, most people were living a normal life: waking up, going to work, going for a walk and spending time out and about with those close to…Read more
GCAP Senegal Position on Covid-19While the world is grappling with (COVID-19), Senegal has not been spared by this pandemic which continues to progress, installing desolation, fear, psychosis and a procession of misfortunes. The Senegalese…Read more
GCAP Mauritius Statement on Covid-19By Halley Movement Coalition & GCAP Mauritius COVID-19 and Mauritius The novel coronavirus has impacted Mauritius since March 2020 where the country has registered its first Covid-19 positive case. As…Read more
Promoting support for diverse communitiesThe National Association of Non-Governmental Organisations (NANGO) acknowledges the position that was taken by the Government of Zimbabwe of instituting a 21-day lockdown with effect from Monday 30 March 2020,…Read more
Faces of Inequality
A people’s movement is needed to end inequalities within and between countries and to ensure that “Leave No One Behind” becomes reality and not a mere slogan. This includes a world where everyone has and pays their fair share, including the rich and companies. To build this movement, this global campaign features the Faces of Inequality.See the campaign!
What we do
Global Call to Action Against Poverty (GCAP) supports people in their struggles for justice and brings individuals and organisations together to challenge the institutions and processes that perpetuate poverty and inequalities across the world, to defend and promote human rights, gender justice, social justice, climate justice and the security needed for the dignity and peace of all.
- Social protection for all
- Tax justice & decent work
- Gender equality and inclusion of marginalised groups
- Climate justice