The Association is working to create a world without poverty where everyone is able to live in dignity and be represented in the decision-making processes that affect them. Our pillars In 2018 ActionAid launched a ten-year strategy identifying three main areas of work: Rights, Redistribution and Resilience. Rights ActionAid works to empower individuals and groups especially marginalized and vulnerable ones to demand the enjoyment of their rights to States and international institutions that have the primary responsibility to respect, protect and promote human rights and ensure social justice. While we believe that human rights are universal and inalienable; indivisible; interdependent and interrelated, we have identified two priorities for our interventions: Right to live free from violence: The physical and psychological integrity of girls, young and adult women is a prerequisite for achieving gender equality in the enjoyment of all rights;Right to inclusive citizenship: Migrants, refugees and asylum seekers are holders of economic, social, and political rights, regardless of their origin, income, age, or gender. Redistribution The world has enough resources to guarantee everyone a dignified life but there is extreme inequality in the distribution of power and wealth. ActionAid implements interventions with communities and individuals to make the redistribution of economic and social power more fair and equitable for all. ActionAid works on: Redistribution of national wealth: Address national poverty and social marginalization; Redistribution of global resources: Build more inclusive and fair European and global systems. Resilience Resilience is a multidimensional concept involving social, environmental, economic and political dimensions. ActionAid focuses on empowering individuals and groups to react, address and learn from current and future challenges through active participation and improved dialogue between citizens, private actors and institutions. ActionAid works on: Citizen participation: Strengthen participation of citizens in decision-making processes and public life; Accountability of institutions and the private sector: Improve institutional accountability in the allocation and use of public funds and resources.