Search results for ‘amnesty international’


  • Non-profit

    Amnesty International USA (AIUSA)

    Amnesty International is a non-governmental organization focused on human rights. The organization claims to have over 7 million members and supporters around the world. Amnesty International USA (AIUSA) is the American branch and the largest section of Amnesty International (AI), a London-based international advocacy organization.
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    Privacy International

    Privacy International is an advocacy organization based in London, England, focused on advancing privacy rights. Founded in 1990, the organization identifies its goals as raising awareness of threats to privacy, reporting on surveillance measures in society, and promoting legal and technological measures intended to protect personal information. Privacy International has
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    International Centre for the Legal Protection of Human Rights (INTERIGHTS)

    The International Centre for the Legal Protection of Human Rights, better known as INTERIGHTS, was a London-based human rights legal organization established in 1982. The organization closed in 2014. 1 Two of the primary
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    International Corporate Accountability Roundtable (ICAR)

    The International Corporate Accountability Roundtable (ICAR) is an international, left-of-center project of the Tides network which pushes governments around the world to implement and enforce left-of-center business regulations. 1 ICAR launches initiatives to increase corporate regulation, specifically
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    Internet Society (ISOC)

    The Internet Society (ISOC) promotes the deployment of the Internet worldwide. It operates through seven offices and a structure based on Chapters and Special Interest Groups (SIGS). It advocates for policies that support a secure and open Internet.
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    Charity and Security Network (C&SN)

    Charity and Security Network (C&SN) is an advocate for civil society organizations working in areas where known terrorist groups are present, with a focus on the Palestinian territories. It was founded with funding from Open Society Foundations and sponsorship from the Center for Effective Government, formerly OMB Watch.
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    Rights Enforcement and Public Law Centre

    The Rights Enforcement and Public Law Centre is a nonprofit criminal justice and human rights advocacy organization based in Nigeria. The organization, in partnership with Nigeria’s Legal Aid Council and the Open Society Justice Initiative, an operational program of the Open Society Foundations, began a joint project in 2004
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    Foundation for Systemic Change (FSC)

    Foundation for Systemic Change (FSC) is a family foundation and grantmaking organization that supports comprehensive left-of-center systemic change in response to societal challenges.
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    Meedan Inc.

    Meedan, Inc. is a San Francisco, California-based technology nonprofit with a focus on combating alleged misinformation online and in the media. The group created the online tool Check which allows journalists and others to fact check information submitted to Meedan.
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    Foundation for Economic and Social Justice (FESJ)

    The Foundation for Economic and Social Justice (FESJ) is an advocacy group for left-of-center approaches to issues like poverty and educational gaps. Founded in 2013, it has no full-time staff and relies heavily on alliances and educational scholarships to push its agenda.
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    Boston Coalition for Palestinian Rights (BCPR)

    The Boston Coalition for Palestinian Rights (BCPR) is a Boston-based affiliate of the U.S. Campaign for Palestinian Rights (USPCR). USPCR is a nationwide network of left-of-center activists and pressure groups pushing to limit Israel’s political and military influence over neighboring territories and limit U.S. support for the Jewish state.
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    Community Sponsorship Hub (CSH)

    Community Sponsorship Hub (CSH) is a project of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors that coordinates programs initiated by the United States Department of State and the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to resettle refugees and other immigrants within communities throughout the United States. Organization Community
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    Paul Hamlyn Foundation (PHF)

    The Paul Hamlyn Foundation (PHF) was founded in 1987 with funds from Paul Hamlyn and his estate. It has become one of the United Kingdom’s largest independent foundations. It founded the Awards for Artists program designed to support and encourage artists to continue pursuit of their art regardless of financial
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    Suwinski Family Foundation

    The Suwinski Family Foundation is a Pittsford, New York-based private grantmaking foundation belonging to former corporate executive and Cornell University professor Jan Suwinski and his wife Susan that donates largely to left-leaning causes.
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    Dawlaty

    Dawlaty is a nonprofit foundation that advocates for a liberal and democratic Syria. It promotes social change within the country through media coverage and reports and aims to preserve the memory of previous democratic uprisings. Background Dawlaty was founded to advocate for a liberal democratic Syria with observance of human
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    Channel Foundation

    Channel Foundation is a left-of-center grant maker that supports groups focused on gender equity, racial justice, feminism, and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). The Channel Foundation supports groups that are pro-abortion, advocate for left-leaning LGBT interests, and support environmentalism. The Channel Foundation has funded organizations taking creative legal actions and
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    WE Exist

    WE Exist is a liberal democratic collective of Syrian civil society organizations that promotes human rights, a pluralistic and democratic Syria, and the speech rights of nonprofit organizations. WE Exist claims to be guided by five values: dignity, solidarity, equality, accountability, and independence. Its goal is to shape the global
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    American Endowment Foundation (AEF)

    American Endowment Foundation (AEF) is a donor-advised fund (DAF) provider that manages over $4 billion in assets and consists of 10,000 individual donor-advised funds 1 serving donors in all 50 states.
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    Biodiversity Funders Group (BFG)

    Biodiversity Funders Group (BFG) is a professional association of philanthropic trustees and private foundation leaders who fund environmentalist causes related to climate change and conservationism. It serves as a donor network for more than 70 formal member organizations. BFG was founded as Consultative Group on Biological Diversity (CGBD) in 1987
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    Civic Futures

    Civic Futures is an activist group based in the United Kingdom which opposes limitations on the use of public spaces for protests and other political activity. The group claims that authorities in Great Britain and elsewhere are increasingly limiting the ability of non-governmental organizations (NGO) to use public spaces, and