Actipedia is an open-access, user-generated database of creative activism. It’s a place to share, read about, and comment upon experiences and examples of how activists and artists are using creative tactics and strategies to challenge power and offer visions of a better society.
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The Guardian Project creates easy-to-use apps, mobile OS security enhancements, and customized mobile devices for people around the world to help them communicate more freely, and protect themselves from intrusion and monitoring.
The IRCT is a health-based umbrella organisation that supports the rehabilitation of torture victims and the prevention of torture worldwide.
Survivors International provides essential psychological, social service and medical services to survivors of torture, war trauma and gender-based violence residing in San Francisco. SI aims to help survivors re-establish healthy, productive lives by providing support and ensuring access to comprehensive services.
War Resisters’ International exists to promote nonviolent action against the causes of war, and to support and connect people around the world who refuse to take part in war or the preparation of war. On this basis, WRI works for a world without war.
WCI’s programs help women find their voices by giving them tangible skills in political leadership, conflict mitigation, economic empowerment and civic engagement. WCI works with political, business and civil society leaders and organizations to ensure that women have an opportunity to participate in the development of public policy, placing women’s issues on local, national and regional agendas.
Through the Asylum Legal Representation Program at Human Rights First, volunteer lawyers have the unique opportunity to help refugees win asylum in the United States.
NCTTP is a U.S. based network of programs which exists to advance the knowledge, technical capacities and resources devoted to the care of torture survivors living in the United States and acts collectively to prevent torture worldwide. NCTTP member centers provide health, mental health, legal assistance, and other support services to victims of torture.
TASSC, founded by and for torture survivors, aims to end the practice of torture wherever it occurs and to empower survivors, their families and communities wherever they are. TASSC influences domestic and international policy through advocacy and operates a direct assistance program for survivors.
NNIRR works to defend and expand the rights of all immigrants and refugees, regardless of immigration status. As part of a global movement for social and economic justice, NNIRR is committed to human rights as essential to securing healthy, safe and peaceful lives for all.