International Democracy Watch (IDW) shines a light on campaigns of transnational civil society for the strengthening and the democratization of international institutions. It also promotes networks, illustrating their objectives and the outcomes achieved by global and local mobilizations.
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This guide from Equally Ours provides practical advice on communicating human rights with public audiences, based on detailed research into people’s understanding, attitudes and responses to different messages.
End Child Prostitution, Abuse and Trafficking in Cambodia (ECPAT Cambodia) is a NGO network of national and international organizations working to prevent the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children. It consists of 26 members organizations working together to ensure that children everywhere in the country enjoy their fundamental rights, and are free and secure from all…
Waging Nonviolence is a source for original news and analysis about struggles for justice and peace around the globe. This blog provides headlines on a variety of global issues including those pertaining to nonviolent action for human rights.
Hundreds of past and present cases of nonviolent conflict exist. To make these cases more accessible, the International Center for Nonviolent Conflict is compiling summaries of them. Each summary aims to provide a clear perspective on the role that nonviolent civil resistance has played or is playing in a particular case.
The Carter Center, in partnership with Emory University, is guided by a fundamental commitment to human rights and the alleviation of human suffering. It seeks to prevent and resolve conflicts, enhance freedom and democracy, and improve health.
The American Kurdish Information Network (AKIN) aim is to increase awareness about the Kurds. AKIN collects, translates, and disseminates information about the Kurds. It hopes to become a valuable resource center for policy makers, scholars, and students of the region. At the same time, it seeks to promote understanding between the Kurds and the Americans.…
The Center for Women’s Global Leadership (CWGL) envisions a world in which all people are equal and gender equality is systemically realized by the achievement of human rights for all. CWGL strengthens and facilitates women’s leadership for human rights and social justice worldwide.
El Centro promotes the rights and well-being of day laborers in Colorado through education, job skills, leadership development, united action and advocacy.
FIAN International, formerly FoodFirst Information and Action Network, was founded in 1986. It was the first international human rights organisation to advocate the realisation of the right to food, as laid down in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international human rights instruments. FIAN consists of national sections present in Africa, Asia, Latin…