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American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative (ABA ROLI) implements legal reform programs in more than 50 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and Eurasia, Latin America and the Caribbean, and the Middle East and North Africa. Since 1990, ABA ROLI has being working in Europe & Eurasia (where we began our work as CEELI) on an array of rule of law and legal reform programs. In Europe and Eurasia, ABA ROLI provides technical assistance on a wide range of issues essential for further consolidation of the rule of law and developing of legal professionals.
Advocacy Unified Network
The AUN is an organization at the crossroads between politics and policy. It is a non-profit, non-partisan, think tank and research organization which promotes effective and efficient democratic governance through deeper and more meaningful involvement of the stakeholders in the policy-making process.
African Diaspora Policy Center
The African Diaspora Policy Centre (ADPC) is an independent, non-profit and non-governmental organization established in the Netherlands in April 2006. ADPC is a leading Diaspora think tank in Europe devoted to the study of migration and development related issues from the perspective of the Diaspora. The Centre compiles, analyses and disseminates information and insights on a number of critical areas, including development, Diaspora entrepreneurship and skills transfers in the form of brain gain.
ADPC is at the forefront of generating knowledge and information primarily targeted at three groups: The work of ADPC is particularly dedicated to mobilising African Diaspora communities in Europe for the development of Africa; facilitating the mainstreaming of Diaspora development practitioners in the development cooperation circles both in the host and home countries; promoting research collaboration between Diaspora and homeland researchers; and strengthening the policy making capacity of the newly-formed Diaspora-oriented institutions in Africa.
The Alternatives Factory isan independent organisation providing professional coaching to humanitarians, development workers, their teams and organisations. Our missionis to bring breakthrough insights to purpose driven peopleand organisations to help them create a better world in which no-one is left behind. We provideone-to-one coaching (transition and career coaching, leadership coaching, emotional coaching), team and organisational coaching (team building and strategic workshop facilitation) and coaching trainings. Languages: English, French, Italian, Dutch
ART WORKS Projects
ART WORKS Projects leverages the power of photography and documentary film to raise awareness and educate the public about some of the most pervasive and grave human rights violations. Working collaboratively with a broad range of stakeholders in and around the human rights community, we aim to amplify stories, as a form of evidence aimed at producing action at any level.
Asia Justice Coalition
The Asia Justice Coalition is a network of organizations whose purpose is to promote justice and accountability for gross violations of international human rights law and serious violations of international humanitarian law in Asia, and to contribute to the fulfillment of the rights of victims and their families.
The T. M. C. Asser Instituut is a world-renowned inter university centre of knowledge and research. It carries out research in private and public international law, European law, as well as all other related fields, including international commercial arbitration, international sports law and international humanitarian and criminal law. The institute strives for excellent fundamental and independent policy-oriented research at the interface of academia, legal practice and governance.
Avaaz empowers citizens all over the world to take action on pressing global, regional and national issues, from biodiversity to climate change and human rights. Our model of internet organising allows thousands of individual efforts, however small, to be rapidly combined into a powerful collective force.
AWO is a new agency working across the world to shape, apply and enforce data rights. It is comprised of lawyers, policy experts, technology analysts and applied ethicists, with offices in London, Brussels and Paris.
BarefootLaw is a nonprofit on a mission to get the law to protect vulnerable people across Africa using tech-enabled legal support. BarefootLaw’s big audacious goal is to make the law readily available to 90 million people across Africa by 2030. They believe access to justice is access to peace and envision a world where everyone readily has access to justice and the law to empower themselves and their communities to thrive.
Be Data Driven
Our main business is ActivityInfo, which is Software-as-a-Service for flexible information management. ActivityInfo is mostly used for monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of aid and development programmes, but it is also used for case management related to gender-based violence (GBV), and case tracking in epidemiology. You can check it out at activityinfo.org.
Blue Sky Analytics
Blue Sky Analytics is a Climate-Tech Startup using satellite data, AI and cloud computing to build a comprehensive global catalogue of high-frequency and high-resolution environmental & climate intelligence targeted at carbon markets, climate risk, and ESG investing to enable global organizations to lead in climate action.
Brokering Solidarity – Netherlands is a consultancy firm focussing on i) providing advice on sustainability and climate programmes for companies and NGO’s; ii) NGO fundraising and partnerships strategies, and iii) climate innovation projects.
Center for Civil Society and Democracy
The Center for Civil Society and Democracy Europe works to strengthen civil society in promoting democracy, pluralism and tolerance with a focus on Syria, including through strengthening women’s role, promoting independent media and stimulating new leadership among diaspora groups to play a role in peacebuilding.
Center for International Legal Cooperation (CILC)
The Center for International Legal Cooperation (CILC) promotes the rule of law by initiating and implementing international legal cooperation projects. We bring together legal experts from different countries to work out solutions for a variety of challenges within developing legal systems. We are based in The Hague and our current work spans dozens of countries in development and in transition in Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe and the Middle East.
Centre for Access to Football in Europe
CAFE aims to enable more disabled fans to attend football by supporting the improvement of accessible facilities and services at stadiums, raising further awareness within the game, offering advice to disabled fans and establishing a network of disabled supporter groups.