The Voice Project’s goal is to be on the front lines defending those who use their voice to speak out.
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.
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.
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.
The Mind Field
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.
The Coalition For Women In Journalism (CFWIJ)
Established in March 2017, the Coalition For Women In Journalism (CFWIJ) became the first nonprofit to offer mentorship to women journalists from both Western and non-Western countries. They are independent, impartial and dedicated to a single, vital interest: the wellbeing of their colleagues. CFWIJ strives in all its work to promote a culture of stewardship in the public interest of good journalism.
European Centre for Press and Media Freedom
The European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF) is a non-profit organisation that was founded in Leipzig, Germany, 2015. It operates on the basis of the European Charter on Freedom of the Press and the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union.
Journalisten helfen Journalisten
The independent, non-profit organization Journalists help Journalists (JhJ) was founded in Munich in Germany in 1993. Born out of solidarity, it aims to help colleagues in need and their families in a swift and non-bureaucratic way. JhJ helps with donations of money, goods and practical support where it perceives a need and no official side is offering assistance.
Committee to Protect Journalists
The Committee to Protect Journalists is an independent, nonprofit organization that promotes press freedom worldwide. CPJ defends the right of journalists to report the news safely and without fear of reprisal.
Front Line Defenders
Front Line Defenders provides rapid and practical support to human rights defenders at risk. Front Line Defenders maintains its headquarters in Dublin, an EU Office in Brussels, and regionally-based field staff in the Americas, Asia, Africa, Europe & Central Asia, and the Middle East.