Femdacha

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Femdacha is a supportive guest space for women rights defenders, LGBT+ community people including nonbinary activists experiencing burnout.

20 Jan 2021 Read more

Aidsfonds

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Aidsfonds believes in local community solutions. People in the community know what does and doesn’t work in practice and are aware of the needs, sensitivities and challenges. Aidsfonds works closely with those that are most vulnerable to HIV and other STIs and most affected by stigma and discrimination. It is essential that education, testing, treatment and healthcare are accessible to everyone, people should feel encouraged and free to use these services.

20 Jan 2021 Read more

The Awesome Foundation

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The Awesome Foundation is an ever-growing worldwide community devoted to forwarding the interest of awesome in the universe. Created in the long hot summer days of 2009 in Boston, the Foundation distributes $1,000 grants, no strings attached, to projects and their creators. At each fully autonomous chapter, the money is pooled together from the coffers of ten or so self-organizing “micro-trustees” and given up front in cash, check, or gold doubloons.

20 Jan 2021 Read more

Global Fund for Women

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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.

19 Jan 2021 Read more

Artists at Risk

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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.

19 Jan 2021 Read more

Citizens’ Watch

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The St Petersburg public human rights organisation Citizen’s watch was founded in 1992. The organisation’s mission is to facilitate the approximation of Russian legislation and practice to international legal standards, especially in the field of human rights.

18 Jan 2021 Read more

NESEHNUTI

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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.

15 Jan 2021 Read more

Stichting Justice Initiative

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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.

15 Jan 2021 Read more

Access Now

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Access Now began as an emergency response team of technologists working to help people get back online and ensure their safe communications. Today Access Now has many initiatives for activists at risk.

05 Jan 2021 Read more

The Mind Field

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Accessing professional help from the field can be difficult to impossible. The Mind Field wants to change that and to make help accessible to anyone with internet or a phone connection.

05 Jan 2021 Read more