Graduate Women International
Graduate Women International (GWI), founded in 1919 as the International Federation of University, is a worldwide, non-governmental organisation of women graduates. GWI advocates for women’s rights, equality and empowerment through access to quality secondary and tertiary education, and training up to the highest levels.
Global Fund for Women
Global Fund for Women believes that grassroots movements have the power to disrupt the status quo and radically alter the course of history for women and girls—and all historically marginalized people and communities globally. Anchored in feminist principles, Global Fund for Women leverages deeply rooted relationships and technical expertise to equip movements with flexible financing and resources to maximize their impact.
Italian Coalition for Civil Liberties and Rights
Founded in 2014, the Italian Coalition for Civil Liberties and Rights (or CILD) is a network of civil society organizations that protects and expands the rights and liberties of all, through a combination of advocacy, public education and legal action.
Eyebeam was established in 1998 by John S. Johnson as a resource for artists to engage creatively with technology in an experimental setting. Eyebeam believes that artists can help us visualize and realize a more just future. Eyebeam enables people to think creatively and critically about technology’s effect on society, with the mission of centering artists in the invention and design of our shared future.
European Citizen Action Service
The European Citizen Action Service (ECAS) is an international, Brussels-based non-profit organisation with a pan-European membership and nearly 30 years of experience. ECAS believes in an inclusive, transparent, citizen-centric and democratic European Union in which citizens’ rights are at the heart of decision making at all levels and in which citizens are informed, consulted and active participants.
The Ella Lyman Cabot Trust
The Ella Lyman Cabot Trust (ELCT) offers grants to individuals with charitable, religious, artistic, educational, and scientific projects that promote the good of others. Within this general guideline, the trustees pay special attention to how the proposed project will be essential to the applicant’s own growth and development.
Agency of Artists in Exile
The agency of artists in exile (aa-e, agency of artists in exile) works to identify artists in exile from all origins and disciplines, accompanies them according to their situations and their needs, provides them with workspaces and puts them in contact with professionals, in order to give them the means to practise their disciplines and to restructure themselves.
Ithaca City of Asylum
Ithaca City of Asylum (ICOA) is a nonprofit providing refuge for writers and artists under threat. They equally advocate for human rights and freedom of expression. ICOA is a project of the Center for Transformative Action and a member of the International Cities of Refuge Network.
Avant Garde Lawyers
Avant-Garde Lawyers (AGL) is a global network of art law and free speech lawyers protecting the rights of artists to imagine and create freely – pro bono.
Artists at Risk
Artists at Risk (AR) is a non-profit network institution at the intersection of human rights and the arts. AR is dedicated to mapping the field of persecuted art practitioners, facilitating their safe passage from their countries of origin, hosting them at AR-Residencies and curating related projects, including the AR Pavilion.