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Organizations & Initiatives

  • Access Now

    Access Now defends and extends the digital rights of users at risk around the world. By combining innovative policy, global advocacy, and direct technical support, they fight for open and secure communications for all.

  • Andean Information Network (AIN)

    The AIN promotes human rights and socioeconomic justice in Bolivia and more humane and effective illicit drug control policies. AIN provides information and analysis to NGO colleagues, the media and international policymakers on developments in Bolivia and the impact of U.S. government and European policies. Working closely with civil society organizations in Latin America and in the United States, AIN promotes policy dialogue and the development of pragmatic alternatives that address the underlying economic, social, political and cultural needs of Bolivia.

  • Asylum Access

    Asylum Access is an innovative, international nonprofit dedicated to making refugee rights a reality. Asylum Access empowers refugees in Africa, Asia and Latin America to live safely, work, send children to school and rebuild their lives.

  • Cambodia Against Child Trafficking (Cambodia ACTs)

    Cambodia ACTs fights child trafficking and exploitation through community capacity building, education and awareness programs, and legal services for victims, implemented countrywide and in local grassroots networks with our national NGO partners.

  • Center for Gender & Refugee Studies

    The Center for Gender & Refugee Studies protects the fundamental human rights of women, children, LGBT individuals, and other refugees who flee persecution. We provide cutting edge legal expertise and training, policy development, research, and in-country fact-finding and use international human rights instruments to address the root causes of persecution.

  • Climate Action Network

    The Climate Action Network (CAN) is a worldwide network of over 1100 Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in more than 120 countries, working to promote government and individual action to limit human-induced climate change to ecologically sustainable levels. CAN members work to achieve this goal through information exchange and the coordinated development of NGO strategy on international, regional, and national climate issues. CAN has regional network hubs that coordinate these efforts around the world. CAN members place a high priority on both a healthy environment and development that “meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs” (Brundtland Commission). CAN’s vision is to protect the atmosphere while allowing for sustainable and equitable development worldwide.

  • Coalition to Address (Sexual) Exploitation of Children in Cambodia (COSECAM)

    COSECAM is a local NGO coalition in Cambodia. All members of the coalition have common goal, advocate for improvements and work to assist children in need, particularly those who are abused, exploited or maltreated. COSECAM aims at strengthening the capacity of local NGOs, aligning their programmes to avoid gaps and overlaps and developing minimum standards for care in order to better prevent and combat trafficking, sexual and other exploitation or domestic abuse of children and young people. COSECAM also aims to develop policy in the area of child welfare and protection through cooperation with other networks, government agencies and international organisations.

  • Conectas Human Rights

    Conectas´ mission is to promote the realization of human rights and consolidation of the Rule of Law in the Global South - Africa, Asia and Latin America.

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