Women in Journalism
Founded by Eve Pollard, Women in Journalism (WiJ) is a not for profit organisation that provides guidance and support for its members. They are from diverse social and ethnic backgrounds, at every stage of their careers, and work across all platforms around the UK and overseas.
Mary Macarthur Holiday Trust
The Trust was created in 1922. Mary Macarthur had often expressed concern that the tired working women, with whom she came into contact, had no hope of respite or of a holiday. After her death a memorial fund was started as the Mary Macarthur Holiday Homes for Working Women and within a few months the first home The Gables was opened. The name of the charity was changed to the Mary Macarthur Holiday Trust and since then the income and donations have been used to provide holidays for working and working age women.
The Printing Charity
The Printing Charity (previously known as the Printers’ Charitable Corporation) was founded in 1827 by George and Charles Searle and their employer, John Kind. The Printing Charity is on a mission to be the leading charity for the printing, paper, publishing and packaging sector; here to help today, true to their heritage, and investing in future talent.
Nesehnutí is a public and environmental non-governmental organisation. The organisation’s activities are mainly based on the idea that environmental and social problems have common causes and consequences, which need to be addressed. All activities of the organisation are aimed at showing that social changes based on respect for people, animals, and nature are possible and, most importantly, that those changes must be carried out as grassroots initiatives.
Stichting Justice Initiative
The Russian Justice Initiative (RJI) was registered as a non-profit organization in Utrecht, the Netherlands, in September 2001. Since its founding, RJI has focused on the most serious violations of the European Convention on Human Rights related to armed conflict and to post-conflict transition: disappearances, extra-judicial killings, torture and unfair trials.
Centre de la Protection Internationale
Centre de la Protection Internationale (CPI) is a human rights organization dedicated to the protection of human rights and freedoms of individuals in Council of Europe countries both directly and by assisting, collaborating with, and supporting the civil society in these countries, especially where it is under pressure and lacks independence to take actions.
Bulgarian Helsinki Committee
Bulgarian Helsinki Committee (BHC) is an independent, non-governmental, not for profit organisation of the civil society for defending basic human rights in the Republic of Bulgaria: political, civil, cultural, and social. It was established in 1992. The focus is on defending the most vulnerable members of Bulgarian society: children, women, people with disabilities, unpopular minorities, and people deprived of liberty.
Since 1999, New America has nurtured a new generation of policy experts and public intellectuals. New America is pioneering a new kind of think and action tank: a civic platform that connects a research institute, technology lab, solutions network, media hub and public forum.
Institute for Human Science
The Institute for Human Sciences (IWM) is an independent institute for advanced study in the humanities and social sciences. Since its foundation in 1982, it has promoted intellectual exchange between East and West, between academia and society, and between a variety of disciplines and schools of thought.
The John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford University
The John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships (JSK) support diverse journalists from around the world who are creating solutions to journalism’s most urgent problems. The programs focus on helping these journalism leaders succeed as effective change agents, improving the access to information people need to create and sustain democratic communities.