Citizen action on Covid-19: Standing together in the face of the global pandemic

Join us as we highlight civil society initiatives during the Global Week of Action from 18 to 26 September 2020!

Civil society initiatives across the world

This September must be the Turning Point moment for people and planet. All around the world, we will be mobilising for a just recovery. We call on you to join us and #TurnItAround from 18 to 26 September.
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Joint Civil Society Statement

The world faces an unprecedented moment of crisis. The Covid-19 pandemic is pushing humanity’s resilience to the limit and has vast impacts on the wider social, economic and environmental fabric of our world.

 

The pandemic especially affects older people, people with disabilities, and those with underlying health conditions, and highlights the importance of a whole-of-society approach to deliver well-resourced health systems that respond to all ages. This is an urgent healthcare emergency that  shines a glaring light on the underlying fragility and inequalities of our societies and the critical need for stronger health systems, universal provision of the right to health and social protection for all, as well as long-term sustainable development, as set out in the Sustainable Development Goals.

 

We are resolved that civil society organisations and volunteers have a critical role to play in supporting community action and ensuring that those who are most often marginalised are not left behind through this challenging time. Already huge numbers of volunteers are stepping up in many parts of the world to ensure vital food, medical supplies and basic provisions can reach those who are affected.

 

We will identify community responses in various countries and share the stories of those community champions who are at the frontline of this emergency response for cross learning and inspiration but we expect world leaders to ensure the following key measures are addressed to build a fairer future:

 

Inequalities

The global response to the pandemic must leave no one behind. We call on the UN and G20 governments to lead a multilateral process to ensure sufficient funds are available through the WHO and national governments to ensure provision of free universal healthcare, social care and support to those who are directly affected in all parts of the world. This must be done equally regardless of individuals’ legal status, age, gender, disability or identity, without fear of deportation or detention, criminalisation, exploitation or abuse and the process must be transparent, inclusive, equitable and accountable.

 

We call for immediate debt cancellation, financial burden relief mechanisms and large scale aid investments to fund ongoing universal public health and social care service delivery everywhere across the globe to ensure that healthcare is universal and free for all. We call for daring financial policies, including central banks to provide resources and liquidity to governments in a coordinated way, to finance their efforts to respond to the crisis in its economic and social dimension.

 

We also call on the UN and governments to urgently identify measures to support those in a fragile economic position by establishing a global recovery fund and delivering full implementation of universal social protection benefits and safety nets in all countries, including establishing and supporting social protection floors.

 

Civic rights

We are concerned that emergency powers are being used indiscriminately to restrict people’s fundamental freedoms, reduce the opportunity for public dialogue and lifting the duty of care for citizens who are vulnerable due to age and disability from health and social care providers.  Some governments are deliberately targeting whistleblowers and those who actively share information on inadequacies in the response to the spread of the COVID-19 virus or other human rights defenders. Use of enhanced surveillance powers to restrict civic freedoms is a key challenge that needs to be addressed.

 

Everyone has the right to health and to be free from discrimination across their life course. In times of crisis, difficult choices may have to be made about who receives medical treatment. We remind governments that decisions on which treatment people get should be based on medical needs, scientific evidence and ethical principles, such as fairness and proportionality.

 

We remind all governments that any restrictions to movement and assembly should be in accordance with human rights commitments and international standards. Measures should be temporary, subject to review, necessary and proportionate to the evaluated risk, and targeted to ensure public safety while balancing fundamental freedoms. We further support the UN call for a global cease-fire during the pandemic; call on governments to ease the sanctions for humanitarian assistance for vulnerable people in countries under sanction; and redirect military spending to social protection.

 

We also call on the UN to safeguard the freedom of expression of those who seek to highlight the specific challenges faced by people of any background suffering from Covid-19.

 

Women’s Rights and Gender justice

Women play an outsized role in the COVID-19 response. They constitute 70% of the world’s health care workforce and recognising that they are workers who are on the frontlines of responding to this health emergency, they must be adequately, appropriately and properly protected and supported to cope with the multiple impacts. We therefore call on all governments to make sure health and social care workers are properly trained, equipped, offered safe and decent working conditions; and properly resourced, including by closing the 28% gender pay gap in the health sector by instituting immediate equal pay for equal work.

 

Governments must also recognize and address how traditional gender roles affect how people of all genders and ages experience the Covid-19 crisis, reiterating that as in past epidemics, women’s traditional role as caregivers for sick family members is putting more women and girls at greater risk of infection.

 

Past health emergencies have caused a disruption in routine health services such as access to sexual and reproductive health products and services, access to vaccines programmes, and the provision of quality material care—this disruption of services has grave consequences to millions of lives. We call on governments to safeguard the provision of essential health services through strong primary healthcare systems and universal healthcare systems that are inclusive of sexual and reproductive health services.

 

There are already significant increases in rates of gender based violence (disproportionately affecting women and girls), including domestic violence in lockdowns, street and workplace racial and sexual harassment, negative coping strategies, and state violence, while support is often diverted to emergency response, which puts women’s and children’s lives at risk. We call on governments to urgently increase prioritisation of and funding to prevent and respond to gender based violence (GBV). A twin track approach must be taken of: 1) funding specialist GBV organisations to deliver prevention initiatives, shelters, hotlines, psycho-social and legal support; 2) taking a multi-sectoral approach by integrating ending GBV into the responses to COVID-19.

 

We recommend that all Covid-19 related funding, including UN COVID Funds, applies a gender lens and includes a gender marker so we can track and monitor the activities and the implications they will have on the advancement of gender equality. We stress that governments must uphold financial and policy commitments to girls’ and women’s health and rights and not let this crisis increase inequalities or reverse hard-won gains in gender equality by applying a gender marker to all funding.

 

Climate & Environmental justice

Increasing contact between humans and wild animals through habitat loss, climate-change related displacement and shifts in movement of animals and humans; and practices such as wildlife markets and illegal trade encourages the creation and spread of pandemics.

 

The Covid-19 virus emerged in a situation where nature was under pressure and animals were not treated in a compassionate way. It has been argued that the virus is ‘nature’s wake up call to humanity’. Not only are animals treated in poor conditions but also increased levels of deforestation are putting humanity in ever closer contact with the natural world; and biodiversity is under daily attack. We will work with civil society partners to share approaches that nurture nature and protect biodiversity as part of the recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic.

 

We call on the UN to urgently review and move towards a ban on the live wild animal trade and we further call on all governments to halt deforestation.

 

Any economic stimulus must ensure that the economy of the future is sustainable and just, that moves subsidies away from fossil fuel industries and creates millions of sustainable jobs. Governments are introducing major fiscal stimulus and economic rescue packages with some countries already designing Phase 2 of their response. As the UNSG and others are saying, we need to ‘recover better’ at a time when there is a major risk that we go back to business as usual and lock in high carbon emissions and infrastructure. The SDGs provide a roadmap for the future we want to see, and this pandemic has taught us that policy coherence and a focus on the pledge to Leave No One Behind is absolutely critical.

 

Governments are rightly focused on the immediate emergency but as they plan for future stimulus and rescue packages, they must ensure that they include commitments and measures that will enable every country to meet their obligations under the Paris Agreement; that ensure that global greenhouse gas emissions never rebound bu continue to fall year on year hereafter; and put us firmly on the path to net zero, with global heating limited to 1.5C above pre-industrial levels.

 

Building back better

We must be ready and committed to build back better, guided by the principles and the commitments in the Sustainable Development Goals of universality, collaboration, human rights,  interconnectedness and to leave no-one behind.  Life course policies based on the international framework of human rights and intergenerational cohesion are needed to deliver income security, the best possible health, decent housing, safety and enjoyment of rights for people of all ages.

 

We need a major economic stimulus that underpins a new social contract between people, governments and the market, that radically reduces inequality, gender inequalities and lays the foundations for a just, equal and sustainable economy that works for all throughout their life course.

In summary, we call for the following 12 points:

The UN to:

  • Connect immediate response and recovery funding directly with local groups which includes a ‘gender marker’ for women, marginalized people, community organisations and social enterprises to ensure we leave no one behind
  • Safeguard freedom of expression and support innovative approaches to digital freedom of assembly to ensure all voices are heard
  • Promote the global ceasefire and support governments to re-direct military spending to social protection
  • Call for a ban on the live wild animal trade and a halt to deforestation

In the short term ‘response’ phase, Member state governments and donor agencies to:

  • Safeguard healthcare workers and social care workers on the frontline by ensuring they have access to safe and decent working conditions and are resourced properly
  • Involve civil society organisations in policy and operational responses to COVID-19
  • Uphold financial and policy commitments to a human rights based approach, in particular the rights of older people, persons with disabilities and women, girls and gender diverse people
  • Implement clear social and environmental conditions on any emergency financial stimulus to companies, such as treating workers fairly and cutting carbon emissions

In the medium term ‘recovery’ phase, Member state governments and donor agencies to:

  • Drive a seismic shift towards universal healthcare, welfare payments and social protection that include essential services such as vaccine programs, sexual and reproductive health products and services for all
  • Cancel national debts to ensure sufficient finance is available to governments to ensure a just recovery
  • Adopt fairer taxation policies on those who hold the most resources in our society, alongside measures to tackle illicit financial flows to pay for these protections
  • Put in place incentives for a feminist, green industrial revolution to enable rapid scaling up of sustainable jobs

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Signatories:

  1. 300 women voices for development
  2. 3BLMedia/TriplePundit
  3. Abibiman Foundation
  4. Abibinsroma Foundation(ANF)
  5. Abundance of Hope Initiative
  6. Academia nacional de gestión de riesgos inclusiva y proteccion civil
  7. Academy of Grassroots Studies and Research of India (AGRASRI)
  8. Accelerating Climate Action
  9. Accord-Bridge Foundation
  10. Act Alliance
  11. Action For  Development
  12. Action Against Hunger
  13. Action for Global Health
  14. Action for Sustainable Development
  15. ACTION HEALTH INCORPORATED
  16. Action Secours Ambulance
  17. ActionAid
  18. ACTIONS DES FEMMES POUR LES INITIATIVES DE DEVELOPPEMENT (AFID -RDC)
  19. Actions pour le Développement(A4D)
  20. Activista Movement Kenya
  21. ADAB (Association of Development Agencies in Bangladesh)
  22. Adara Development Initiative
  23. Adara Development Initiatives
  24. ADD International
  25. Aden Loone
  26. ADIR-Burundi
  27. Adivasi Navjeewan Gathan Navjyoti Agua (ANGNA)
  28. Adriana Reynoso
  29. Advocacy Initiative for Development (AID)
  30. Advocacy, Research, Training and Services (ARTS) Foundation
  31. Afirca Future Foundation
  32. Africa Green Energy and Climate Centre
  33. Africa Intercultural Development Support Trust
  34. Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice(ANEEJ)
  35. Africa Rise Foundation
  36. African Center for Solidarity and mutual Aid between the Communities (CASEC|ACSAC)
  37. African Monitor
  38. African Monitor – Uganda
  39. African NGO Council
  40. African Young Positives Network
  41. African Youth for Development commission
  42. African Youth Movement
  43. AfroLeadership
  44. AGP
  45. AidWatch Canada
  46. AIESEC Mexico A.C.
  47. Akhil Wazir
  48. Alex Martins Development
  49. Alexis Society
  50. Alianza por la Solidaridad
  51. Alison Page
  52. All-Africa Students Union
  53. ALLIANCE CONTRE LA PAUVRETE AU MALI “GCAP”
  54. Alliance for Empowering Rural Communities
  55. Alphabeta Comunicaciones
  56. Amis des Etrangers au Togo: ADET
  57. Amref Salud Africa
  58. ANC, Asociación Nacional de Centros Perú
  59. Andrew Crotty
  60. Andrew Morgan
  61. Aneta Hejrovskí¡
  62. Animis Philanthropic Ventures Inc.
  63. ANIMO Jalisco
  64. Ann Hancock
  65. Anne Darby
  66. Anne Whytock
  67. ANTAR Society for Development
  68. Arab NGO Network For Development, ANND
  69. ARBO A.C.
  70. Argentine Network for International Cooperation – RACI
  71. Arise Help For Child Foundation Bangladesh
  72. Arman Masters
  73. Asamblea de Cooperación por la Paz (ACPP)
  74. ASHISH SHRIVASTAVA
  75. Asia and Pacific Alliance of YMCAs
  76. Asia Civil Society Partnership for Sustainable Development (APSD)
  77. Asia Dalit Rights Forum
  78. Asia Development Alliance
  79. Asia Partnership for Sustainable Development
  80. Asian Center for the Progress of Peoples
  81. Asian Dalit Rights Forum (ADRF)/ Dalit NGO Federation, Nepal
  82. Asociación Ciudadana por los Derechos Humanos
  83. Asociación de organismos no gubernamentales ASONOG.
  84. Asociacion Nacional de Adultos Mayores de Chile – AnamChile
  85. Asociación Planeta Corazón
  86. Asociación Regional Centroamericana para el Agua y el Ambiente
  87. Association 4D
  88. Association action pour le Traitement des malades du Coeur ACTC
  89. Association Camerounaise pour la Prise en charge des Personnes Agées (ACAMAGE)
  90. Association Congolaise pour le Développement Agricole ACDA
  91. Association d’Aide à l’Education de l’Enfant Handcapé (AAEEH)
  92. Association d’Aide à l’Education de l’Enfant Handicapé (AAEEH)
  93. Association des Jeunes pour le Développement des Communes(AJDC-Mali)
  94. Association for Farmers Rights Defense, AFRD GEORGIA
  95. Association For Promotion Sustainable Development
  96. Association for the Rights of Health
  97. ASSOCIATION MALIENNE POUR LA SAUVEGARDE DU BIEN ETRE FAMILIAL
  98. Association Nationale des Partenaires Migrants
  99. Association pour intégration et le Développement Durable au Burundi (AIDB)
  100. ASSOCIATION POUR LES VICTIMES DU MONDE
  101. Association Tournesol
  102. ATD Fourth World Movement
  103. Ation Batwa pour le Développement intégral et l’assistance aux vulnérables (ABDIAV)
  104. Atlas4dev
  105. Awareness against terrorism
  106. AwazCDS-Pakistan
  107. Ayuntamiento de Ciudad Valles, S.L.P.
  108. Badhon Manob Unnayan Sangstha
  109. Bangladesh Nari Progati Shangha (BNPS)
  110. Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio & Communication(BNNRC)
  111. Banka BioLoo
  112. Barbara asbl
  113. Bárbara Vega Mallo
  114. Baruch Initiatives for Transformation
  115. Bays Planet Foundation
  116. Beacon Sloop Club
  117. BEPI FOUNDATION
  118. BEPI Foundation (Best Education Practice Initiatives)
  119. Bernard Gallagher
  120. Bettye Herman
  121. Beverley Patrick
  122. Beyond Borders Learning Program Nepal
  123. Beyond Borders Learning Programs India
  124. Bharathidasan University
  125. Blue Sky Trust
  126. Boma Nigeria
  127. Bond
  128. Bonik Naj AC
  129. BOSAGORA
  130. BOSAGORA Foundation
  131. Bosagora Geneva
  132. BPF Korea
  133. Brain Builders International
  134. BRAVEAURORA
  135. Brenda Morales
  136. Brian Abraham
  137. BRICS-PED
  138. Bridge Afterschool Programs
  139. Bring back our girls/ADi clean shores
  140. Building Blocks for Peace Foundation
  141. Bureau for Regional Outreach Campaigns – BROC
  142. Burundi Child Rights Coalition
  143. BURUNDI RUGBY LEAGUE-RUGBY A XIII COOPERATIVE
  144. Burundi smart services Hub
  145. BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT
  146. CAFSO-WRAG for Development
  147. Cambridge Resource Economics
  148. Camilla Streich
  149. Camiseteados
  150. Canadian Council for International Co-operation
  151. Carbone Guinée
  152. Care of the Ageing, Needy and Underprivileged Association
  153. Caroline Chambers
  154. Caucasus Environmental NGO Network (CENN)
  155. Caucus of Development NGO Networks – CODE-NGO
  156. CDIA Paraguay
  157. CECADE, El Salvador
  158. CECyTEH Plantel Tizayuca
  159. Celia Till
  160. Celina Gentry
  161. CEMEDEC, Port Harcourt, Nigeria
  162. Center for Economic Empowerment and Gender Activities CEEGA
  163. Centre d’Actions pour la Sécurité Alimentaire et le Développement Durable (CASAD-Bénin)
  164. Centre d’Autopromotion de la Femme et de l’Enfant CAFEN
  165. Centre d’Education aux Vulnerable
  166. Centre for Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation , Uyo
  167. Centre for Human Rights & Development
  168. Centre for Human Rights and Development
  169. Centre for Social Policy Development
  170. Centre Oecuménique pour la Promotion du Monde Rural
  171. Centro de Acopio para la Tarahumara, A.C.
  172. Cercle d’aide Femme-Enfant ( C.A.F.E)
  173. CERMI CV ( COMITE DE REPRESENTANTES DE ENTIDADES DE PERSONAS CON DISCAPACIDAD DE LA COMUNIDAD VALENCIANA) ESPAÑA
  174. CHALLENGES International
  175. Champion Girls
  176. Charles Irudayam
  177. Checcos AC.
  178. CHESTRAD Global
  179. Child Protection Committee of Lahore Bar Association
  180. ChildHelp Sierra Leone
  181. Children England
  182. Chris Grindrod
  183. Christopher Lindley
  184. CILONG
  185. CIPAF; Center for Research on Women’s Action
  186. CISCD – Center for Inclusive & Sustainable Community Development
  187. CIVICUS
  188. Civil Society Advance Forum on Sustainable Development (CAS2030)
  189. Civil Society Coalition on Sustianble Development
  190. Civil Society Development Association “ARGO”
  191. Civil Society Forum of Tonga
  192. Civil Society SDGs Campaign/GCAP Zambia
  193. Claire Johnston
  194. Coalition Des Volontaires Pour La Paix ET Le Developpement, Cvpd Asbl
  195. Coalition Malienne Gouvernance Inclusive et Développement Durable(CMGIDD)
  196. COALITION TOGO 2030
  197. Codi Lee Foster
  198. CoerenciaNaPresidência
  199. Colegio Euro Texcoco
  200. COLLECTIF 16 MAI GRANDS LACS FRANCOPHONES POUR LA PROMOTION DU VIVRE ENSEMBLE EN PAIX (RDC, RWANDA et BURUNDI)
  201. Colores del Rincón A.C.
  202. Comitê Chico Mendes
  203. Community Action on Sustainable Development Initiative
  204. COMMUNITY AND FAMILY AID FOUNDATION-GHANA
  205. COMMUNITY BASED ORGANIZATION
  206. Community Care Foundation
  207. Community Empowerment for Progress Organisation (CEPO)
  208. Conecta2 con el Mundo
  209. CONFEDERATION PAYSANNE DU CONGO/RDC
  210. Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd
  211. Connection
  212. CONSEIL DES FACILITATEURS DES PAYS DES GRANDS-LACS(CFGL) RDC
  213. CONSORTIUM VIVRE ENSEMBLE EN PAIX RDC
  214. Construisons Ensemble le Monde
  215. Coordinadora de ONGD-España
  216. Coordinadora ONGD La Rioja
  217. Corporación Motum
  218. Council for NGOs in Malawi – CONGOMA
  219. Courtney Stollon
  220. Covid19 Youth Task Force Uganda
  221. Creative Youth Community Development Initiatives- Solution17 for SDGs
  222. Cristian Gabriel Cáceres Morí­nigo
  223. Cristina García
  224. CROMO Foundation
  225. CRV & Co – My World México
  226. CURARSE EN SALUD
  227. Curtis Business
  228. Cyber Yogurt
  229. Cynthia Annamma Mathew
  230. Czechia Against Poverty and Inequality
  231. D L
  232. Dafna Ubilla
  233. Daily Elderly Center Ardager
  234. Dalit NGO Federation (DNF)
  235. Dalit society for Human Right
  236. Dash Inspectorate Cameroon Ltd Co
  237. Dave and Jo Ellen Gano
  238. Dayton Herzog
  239. DEAR Africa
  240. Debra Simpson
  241. Democracy Africa Youth Parliament
  242. Deutsche Stiftung Weltbevölkerung (DSW)
  243. DEVELOPMENT & INTEGRITY INTERVENTION GOAL FOUNDATION
  244. Development Initiative for Community Impact
  245. Development Service Exchange
  246. DEVTANU BOSE
  247. Diaconia ECCB – Center of Relief and Development
  248. DION (Small Island Developing States)
  249. Diplomacy & Development Review Forum (DDRF)
  250. Dirigentes de mi Comunidad (DICOMU)
  251. DIS-MOI (Mauritius)
  252. Divine Bliss Amore Golden Molecule
  253. DONGMO NGUEGANG Alexis Thierry
  254. Dr A R GREENWAY
  255. Dr Colin Barnes
  256. Richard LaRue
  257. Shahram Dehbozorgi, M.D., Ph.D., M.P.H.
  258. Earth+30
  259. East Eagle Foundation
  260. East European Development Institute
  261. ECHALE
  262. EcoHimal Nepal
  263. Economic Justice Network Sierra Leone
  264. Edmund Rice International
  265. Eduardo Silva Santos
  266. Egerton University
  267. Elaine Kloser
  268. Eleanor McRea
  269. Elisée DITCHARE
  270. Elizka Relief Foundation / Africa Regional Civil Society Engagement Mechanism
  271. Elle Bushfield
  272. Emilia Vaccari
  273. Emonyo Yefwe International
  274. EMPOWER INDIA
  275. End Water Poverty
  276. Enlaces por la Sustentabilidad
  277. Enough for All Organization (EFAO)
  278. Environmental degradation organization of Nigeria
  279. Eric Ponterk
  280. Prim. Julián Carrillo-My World Kids
  281. Escuela Secundaria Técnica N.14
  282. Esebella Y. Wan
  283. Espace Associatif
  284. Estela Asenjo Pascual
  285. Ethiopian Society for Public Administration and Management (ESPAM)
  286. EUGENIA GUTERRES
  287. European Alternatives
  288. EUROPEAN STANDARD FOR GENDER EQUALITY
  289. EuSAIN
  290. Kirche im Rheinland
  291. Evergreen Middle School
  292. FACULTAD, A.C.
  293. Fahma Community Development Organization FCDO
  294. Fairtrade Foundation
  295. FEDERACIÓN PLANIFICACIÓN FAMILIAR ESTATAL
  296. FEDERATION TOGOLAISE DES ASSOCIATIONS DE PERSONNES HANDICAPEES
  297. Feminist Activist
  298. Feminist League
  299. FEMNET- African Women’s Development and Communication Network
  300. Ferris University/JANIC
  301. Fika Afrika Advocacy Foundation
  302. Finnish development NGOs Fingo
  303. Fiona Robertson
  304. FOCO Foro Ciudadno de Participación por la Justicia y los Derechos Humanos
  305. FOCSIV Italian Federation Christian NGOs
  306. Focus 2030
  307. FOKUS – Forum for Women and Development
  308. FOLKESTONE FISHERMEN’S MUSEUM
  309. Fondazione Proclade Internazionale – onlus
  310. FONGA – Forum das Organistions Non Gouvernementales Angolaises
  311. Forum
  312. Forum of women’s NGOs of Kyrgyzstan
  313. Forum Ökologie & Papier
  314. Forum ong Timor-Leste(FONGTIL)
  315. Forus
  316. FOUAD ISSOUFA ALI
  317. Foundation for Environmental Rights, Advocacy & Development (FENRAD,
  318. Foundation for Sport, Development and Peace
  319. Foundation For Sustainable Development And Climate Action (FSDCA)
  320. Francisco José Vega
  321. Fraunhofer Gesellschaft
  322. Freedom Forum
  323. Frontier Foundation,Taiwan
  324. Fuji Office Machines FZE, U.A.E
  325. Fundación Agenda Ciudadana – Chile
  326. Fundación Alianza Caribe Fútbol Club Deportivo y Social
  327. Fundacion Arcoirirs por el respeto a la diversidad sexual
  328. Fundación Mexicana para la Planeación Familiara, AC MEXFAM
  329. FUNDACION PARA EL PROGRESO SOSTENIBLE DEL TOTONACAPAN, A.C.
  330. Fundación Protestante Hora de Obrar
  331. fundación provictimas del delito del Doctor Gabriel Vicente Farfan rivera
  332. Fundación Xihmai
  333. Future Foundations / Global Social Leaders
  334. Futureshot Factory
  335. Futureshot Factory
  336. Futuro en común
  337. Gabidezin House Of Fashion-Boadi
  338. GAPAFOT
  339. Gatef organization
  340. GCAP Burundi
  341. GCAP Italia
  342. GCAP Sri Lanka
  343. GCap-Liberia Chapter
  344. GCAP-RDCONGO
  345. Gender-Center, Moldova
  346. Gerardo Montes de Oca
  347. GESIP S.C.
  348. Gestos – HIV, Communication and Gender
  349. Ghana CSOs Platform on SDGs
  350. Gianangelo Giacalone
  351. Gillian Douglas
  352. GirlUp
  353. GirlUp Ags
  354. GISSEL MADAHI BALDERRAMA GUEVARA
  355. Gissel Madahi Balderrama Guevara
  356. Global Call to Action Against Poverty (GCAP)
  357. Global Citizen
  358. Global Focus
  359. Global Forum Against caste based Discrimination
  360. Global forum on Discrimination based on Work and Descent
  361. Global Institute for Youth Development
  362. GLOBAL SCIENCE ACADEMY (GSA)
  363. Global Youth Network Sierra Leone
  364. Global youth network. Cameroun
  365. GOLD ONG
  366. Grace Ukoha
  367. Gray Panthers
  368. Great Mind Empire Africa
  369. Green Girls
  370. Green Life Egypt
  371. Greenpeace
  372. GreenPreztel – MYWM
  373. Grupo Wambra Páramo
  374. Gurmeet Mattu
  375. Guzman Barraza Energy Engineering and Consulting
  376. HACEY Health Initiative
  377. Haiti Energy & Environment
  378. Halley Movement Coalition-Mauritius
  379. Hallo Bangladesh
  380. HaritaDhara Research Development and Education Foundation
  381. HeForShe Cuernavaca
  382. Helen Pepper
  383. Helen Soester
  384. HELP – Liberia
  385. HELP Center for Development
  386. Help Refugees
  387. HelpAge
  388. HelpAge Italia
  389. HESAWA FOUNDATION (HEFO)
  390. HIRED Consult
  391. Horizon d’Echange et de Lutte contre la Pauvrete
  392. Housing and Land Rights Network – Habitat International Coalition
  393. Human Impacts Institute
  394. HUMAN NATURE PROJECTS UGANDA
  395. Human Rights Perspectives Magazine
  396. com
  397. HUMANITE PLUS RDC
  398. Humanité Solidaire
  399. Ian Cuthbertson
  400. Ibtikar for Empowerment and Social Entrepreneurship
  401. Ikigai
  402. Ikwuo boutique&farm business
  403. ILC-DR
  404. IMVF
  405. Inades-Formation Tchad
  406. Independent
  407. INDIA ALLIANCE FOR CHILD RIGHTS (iacr)
  408. Indigenous Peoples Global Forum for Sustainable Development
  409. Inés Yábar
  410. INFID
  411. INITIATIVE for social development organization
  412. InnerWorkings, Inc
  413. Inspirator Muda Nusantara
  414. Institute for Development and Leadership in Africa-IDEA
  415. Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary -Loreto Generalate
  416. Instituto Nezaldi, SC
  417. Instituto Pedadi. Emprendedores para vivir en equilibrio A.C.
  418. Instituto Tepeyac Xcaret
  419. Integrity Society of Taiwan
  420. Internatioinal Movement for Advancement of Education Culture Social & Economic Development (IMAECSED)
  421. International Academy of Science, Health & Ecology
  422. International Association of World Peace Advocates
  423. International Center for Accelerated Development/Network of African Youths for Development Nigeria
  424. International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS)
  425. International NGO Forum on Indonesian Development
  426. International Pharmaceutical Students’ Federation
  427. International Presentation Association
  428. International Youth Alliance for Peace
  429. International Youth Society Yemen
  430. IRDWSI
  431. ISAAC OMONDI
  432. ISCOMET Institute for Ethnic and Regional Studies, Maribor, Slovenia
  433. Jacqui Deveneau
  434. Jakub Kaspar
  435. Jamaa Resource Initiatives
  436. James Robertson
  437. Jane Robins
  438. Janet Dingle
  439. Janine Amanda Smtih
  440. Japan Civil Society Network on SDGs
  441. Japan NGO Center for International Cooperation (JANIC)
  442. Jaya Mae Natividad
  443. JBOD
  444. Jeannie Batto
  445. Jeff Pearson
  446. Jeffrey Hall
  447. Jenny Smith
  448. Jeunes Verts
  449. Jeunes Verts Togo
  450. JJ Personality
  451. Joan Hewitt
  452. Joe Mac Eachen
  453. John Beardmore
  454. John Elliot Sharp
  455. John Steponaitis
  456. Jon Reynolds
  457. Joongrang culture research institute
  458. Jose María Toledo Soto
  459. Judy Hamilton
  460. Julia Schoklitsch
  461. Julie Bordo
  462. Juntos Forjando un Mundo Mejor
  463. JUSTITIA (Republic of Korea)
  464. Kadidia Doumbia
  465. Kadiwaku Family Foundation
  466. Kamaynila Community
  467. Kamla Nehru Public School Phagwara Punjab India
  468. KARIKA AGEING &HIV/AIDS PROGRAMME
  469. Karyn Caplan Consulting
  470. Kath sharman
  471. Kathleen Angotti
  472. Kathleen Clegg
  473. Kathryn Tobin
  474. Kazakhstan International bureau for humanrights and rule of law
  475. KCOC (Korea NGO Council for Overseas Development Cooperation)
  476. keelan newall
  477. Keila Amisadai López Rivera
  478. Keith Westley
  479. Kelly Ann Yotebieng
  480. Kethoseno Peseyie
  481. Kevin Agee
  482. Kevin Andreassi
  483. Kevin J Hodack
  484. Key Populations Uganda
  485. KI TROWER
  486. Kikandwa Environmental Association
  487. Kim Pringle
  488. Kim Wilkins
  489. Kimberly Richer
  490. Kimberly Walker
  491. Kivu Green Team
  492. Know COVID-19 Nigeria
  493. Kurt Speidel
  494. LA GENERALE DES SERVICES
  495. Labour Business
  496. Lanka Fundamental Rights Organization
  497. Latindadd
  498. Learning for Life Works
  499. Leo Suniaga
  500. Letras por la Paz
  501. Lewes Stop Toxic Trade
  502. Library and house of manuscript Al Abbas holy shrine
  503. LIDÈ Foundation
  504. Life House Ministry
  505. Lithuanian NGDO Platform
  506. Local Democracy Agency Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  507. Local Governance Network- LOGNet
  508. Lourdes Otaegui
  509. Low Carbon City
  510. Lucas Riestra
  511. Lyle Smith
  512. Lynne Woodworth
  513. Lytton Consulting
  514. M Parris
  515. Madhavi Rajadhyaksha
  516. MAISHA BORA
  517. Maité Gabriela Díaz Mérida
  518. Make Mothers Matter (MMM)
  519. Malou Domingo
  520. Mama Wulk Centre
  521. Mame Siphir NDIAYE
  522. Mandi Martin
  523. MANI TRUST
  524. Margaret Hepburn
  525. Margaret Wright
  526. marhnos®
  527. Mari Lau
  528. Maria Ebun Foundation
  529. Marie McNay
  530. Mark Osborne
  531. Marouschka Buyten
  532. mary hansel
  533. Masaki Kubota
  534. Matthew Kirsch
  535. Medical IMPACT
  536. Medical Mission Sisters
  537. medicusmundi
  538. MEDx eHealthCenter
  539. Meg Emry
  540. Megagem
  541. Meher Rehman
  542. Mercedes César
  543. Mesa de Articulación
  544. MICOP CBO
  545. Migrant Forum in Asia
  546. mike roberts
  547. Mindfulness Trainings International
  548. Minority Rights Group International
  549. Minority Rights Organization
  550. Mohith Foundation
  551. Mother of Hope Cameroon( MOHCAM)
  552. Mouvement pour la Solidarite
  553. Movement against Extremism and Electoral Violence
  554. MPULUNGU YOUTH VISION CENTRE
  555. MUNICIPAL ALLIANCE FOR BETTER AND SMART CITIES
  556. Music for One
  557. Muslim Family Counselling Services
  558. MUSTAPHA AKSISSOU
  559. MY World México
  560. MYMUNWENCHI
  561. Natalia García
  562. National Action & Coordinating Group to End Violence Against Children – Nepal
  563. National Campaign for Sustainable Development Nepal
  564. National Coalition of Civil Society Organizations of Liberia (NACCSOL)
  565. National Old Folks of Liberia (NOFOL)
  566. National Youth Council of Ireland
  567. Natural in NOLA
  568. Nazirite International
  569. NE-CAP
  570. Nepal Climate Change Federation
  571. Nepal Development Initiative
  572. NERDS RULE INC.
  573. Neuza Rodrigues
  574. New Generation Outreach
  575. NGO CONSTRUISONS ENSEMBLE LE MONDE
  576. NGO Development center
  577. NGO Federation of Nepal (NFN)
  578. NGO JEVEV BRAZIL
  579. Nguzo africa
  580. Niall Stewart
  581. Nicholas Roslund
  582. Nigeria Coalition on Youth, Peace and Security
  583. Nigeria Network of NGOs
  584. Ninna Alyssa Camille Adriano
  585. NK Acevedo
  586. Noble Delta Women for Peace and Development
  587. NON GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION
  588. NON STATE ACTORS COALITION (NSAC)
  589. Norman Henderson
  590. North East CALL TO ACTION on global poverty & climate change
  591. Nossa Agenda 2030
  592. Nouveaux Droits de l’homme Congo Brazzaville
  593. NSINDAGIZA ORGANIZATION
  594. NUST Media and Communication Society
  595. Nutreatlife
  596. OANDA CONSULTING, NIGERIA
  597. OBSERVATOIRE AFRICAIN DES LIBERTÉS PUBLIQUES ET DES DROITS FONDAMENTAUX OLPDF-AFRIQUE
  598. Observatoire National pour la Démocratie et l’Environnement (ONADE)
  599. One More Salary-Tanzania
  600. ONE YOUNG AFRICAN LEADER
  601. ONG As Charmosas/Colab Black Na Favela Rio de Janeiro
  602. ONGD CEPROPHOT
  603. Open School of Sustainable Development
  604. Organisation Catholique pour la Promotion Humaine, OCPH/Caritas Guinée
  605. OTUBET YOUTH UNITED DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION
  606. Our Lady of Perpetual Help Initiative
  607. Oxfam
  608. Oxfam Intermon
  609. Pacific Islands Association of Non-Governmental Organizations (PIANGO)
  610. Pahel Pakistan
  611. Pakistan Development Alliance
  612. Pamella Mubeza
  613. PAN AFRICAN VISION FOR THE ENVIRONMENT(PAVE)
  614. Parents Without Partnersand Victims  Forum
  615. Pariwartan Sanchar Samuha
  616. PARKER PEACE FOUNDATION
  617. Participatory Research Action Network- PRAN
  618. Partners In Health
  619. Patricia Rose Tudor
  620. Patrick Porras
  621. Patti U. Anderson
  622. Pax Christi Scotland
  623. PFNOSCM (Plate Forme Nationale des Organisations de la Société Civile de Madagascar)
  624. Philippine Reconstruction Movement
  625. Phoebe Tan Yi Xiu
  626. Phuoc Nguyen
  627. Plataforma contra la desigualdad en México (@fightmex)
  628. Plataforma Portuguesa das ONGD (Portuguese NGDO Platform)
  629. Plateforme des Organisations Nationales et Territoriales de la Sociótó Civile Haïtienne (PONT-SCH)
  630. Plateforme suisse Agenda 2030
  631. Polycom Developmemt Project
  632. Poor and Dalit Upliftment Service Committee
  633. Population Services International (PSI)
  634. POSCO Agenda 2030/GCAP Senegal
  635. Positive Impact Events
  636. Poverty Reduction Forum Trust
  637. Povod, Slovenia
  638. Presentation Sisters Ireland and England
  639. Project Everyone
  640. Protect your Environment Foundation
  641. Proyecto ConcentrArte
  642. Public Private Partnership Europe
  643. Pyinkhone Phunsang Pawlkom
  644. QUALITYNET FOUNDATION
  645. Quantum 5.0
  646. Quercus
  647. Rachel Selman
  648. RAINS – Ghana
  649. Ranson, Ina
  650. RAPAD MAROC
  651. Rebecca Prewitt
  652. Rebecca Steintrager
  653. Red Agenda 2030 MX
  654. Red Internacional de Promotores ODS
  655. Red Mundial de Jóvenes Políticos
  656. Rede Intermunicipal de Cooperação para o Desenvolvimento
  657. Regional Centre for International Development Corporation (RCIDC)
  658. Regis University Development Practice
  659. Renicc, Latindadd
  660. reseau des organisations du developpement et associations de defense de droits de l’homme et de la democrati(RODADDHD)
  661. Réseau SOS Femmes en Détresse – SOS FED
  662. Resource Link Foundation
  663. Restless Development
  664. Rhamna Women Association
  665. Rhick Deuel Esteves
  666. RICD
  667. Richard Michael Constant
  668. Rob Hoag
  669. Robert Stewart
  670. Roger Podewell
  671. ROJALNU BF
  672. Rosalind Conway
  673. Rowan Roenisch
  674. Rozet
  675. RRSC / ISRO
  676. Rubén Cruz
  677. RUGE (UGT)
  678. Rural Aid Pakistan
  679. Rural Education and Action Development (READ)
  680. Rural Women Network
  681. Russian environmental NGO ECA
  682. RVIM-CSR
  683. SAF-Teso
  684. Sahara Welfare Foundation
  685. Salima Chitalia
  686. Salimatou foundation for Education ( SaFE)
  687. Salvador Ruiz Correa
  688. Saul Morales
  689. Save the Children
  690. Save the Climat (NGO In Consultative Status with UN ECOSOC)
  691. Scotland’s International Development Alliance
  692. SDG Action Alliance Bangladesh
  693. SDG Childrens Parliament of Sri Lanka
  694. SDG Children’s Parliament of Sri Lanka
  695. SDG Citizens Forum of Sri Lanka
  696. SDG Watch Austria
  697. SDG Women Platform of Sri Lanka
  698. SDG Youth Network of Sri Lanka
  699. SDG Youth, Children, Women & Citizens Networks of Sri Lanka
  700. SDGs Achievement Network (Japan)
  701. SDGs Advocates Network
  702. SDGs Kenya Forum
  703. SDGs National Network Nepal
  704. SDGs people’s Platform
  705. SDGs達成のための交流の輪
  706. Sequa / GIZ
  707. Shanduko Yeupenyu Child Care
  708. Sharon Sokol
  709. Shaun Duffy
  710. Sherita
  711. Shirley Ann Sullivan Educational Foundation
  712. sin desperdicio global
  713. SIPA Fair Trade
  714. Sisters of Charity Federation
  715. SLOGA Slovenian Global Action
  716. Smiles Africa International Youth Development Initiative SAIDYI
  717. Social Economic and Governance Promotion Centre
  718. Social Initiative for Development Foundation
  719. SocialGoodSummit
  720. Sociedad Mexicana de Geografía y Estadística
  721. SOCIETY FOR SERVING HUMANITY
  722. Solidarité numérique éducation et santé Castres
  723. Solidarité Paysanne “SP” asbl
  724. Solidaritó pour la Sócuritó et la Gouvernance Locale/RDC, SGL en sigle.
  725. Solidarity of South Asian Farmers and Producers (SSAFP)
  726. Sonke Gender Justice
  727. Soroptimist International
  728. Sound Diplomacy
  729. Spektro Asociación para el Desarrollo Social
  730. Spotlight for Transparency and Accountability (ST&A)
  731. ssio ingo
  732. Andrew School
  733. Steff Oates
  734. Stephen D. Shavers
  735. Steve Murray
  736. Stichting Mission Lanka
  737. Stichting Mission Lanka
  738. STOPAIDS
  739. Street Youth Connection Sierra Leone (SYC-SL)
  740. Stuart Aitken
  741. StudEc International
  742. SUCCESS TRUST
  743. SUDIP KUMAR GHOSH
  744. Sugur Development Agency (SUDA)
  745. Sujith Vijayakumar
  746. Sukaar Welfare Organization Pakistan
  747. Sustainability Embassy in Romania
  748. Sustentabilize-se
  749. SYNAEMAB
  750. Taiwan Alliance in International Development (Taiwan AID)
  751. Tasmanian car and bike restoration
  752. TECH PLATFORMS
  753. Techno Innovation
  754. Tegist Worku
  755. Thar International
  756. The African Leadership Institute
  757. The Angelic Ladies Society
  758. the civil pole for development and human rights
  759. The Egyptian International Foundation for Human Resources Development
  760. The Garden of Hope Foundation
  761. The Goose Guide
  762. The Millennials Movement
  763. The Mizizi Project
  764. The National Council of NGOs/Action on Sustainable Development Goals Kenya Coalition
  765. The One Leadership Project
  766. The Orchard Dharma Centre
  767. The Peace Is Possible/ My World México
  768. The Probono Centre
  769. Think Centre (Singapore)
  770. Tierra Bishop
  771. Timothy Riley
  772. Tirtha b Biswokarma
  773. Toktli Educación Ambiental
  774. Transformative and integrative build out for All (TIBA
  775. Transformunity
  776. Trascender Saltillo A.C.
  777. türkiye emekliler dernegi
  778. UCU
  779. Uganda Coalition for Sustainable Development
  780. Uganda Forestry Association
  781. Uganda National NGO Forum
  782. Uganda National NGO Forum
  783. UINIC-UINIC A.C
  784. Una voz, una revolución
  785. UNA-UK
  786. Une Bonne Action
  787. Unión Nacional de Instituciones para el Trabajo de Acción Social – UNITAS
  788. Unitaed Mission ti Nepal (UMN)
  789. Unite The Union/The Labour Party of the United Kingdom
  790. United Nations Association – UK
  791. United Nations Association Albania
  792. United Nations Association of Fiji
  793. Universal Understanding (UU)
  794. universidad de antioquia
  795. Universidad Tecnológica de los Valles Centrales de Oaxaca
  796. University College of Education
  797. Ussi Abuu Mnamengi
  798. Vabieka, Festival Internacional de Payasas
  799. Védegylet Egyesület
  800. Veronica Castañeda
  801. Veronica Golding
  802. VICTORAMSPLIPTFY
  803. Visthar
  804. Voice for Climate Change
  805. Volunt
  806. Voluntary Association of Agricultural General Development Health and Reconstruction Alliance (VAAGDHARA)
  807. VSO
  808. Wada Na Todo Abhiyan
  809. WAITRO – World Association of Industrial and Technological Research Organizations
  810. Watchman Relief Association Global
  811. Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Network (WASH-Net) Sierra Leone
  812. WECF e.V.
  813. Wecf France
  814. WECF International
  815. West Africa Civil Society Institute
  816. White Ribbon Campaign Namibia
  817. Women Coalition for Agenda 2030
  818. Women Deliver
  819. Women for Women
  820. Women’s World Summit Foundation
  821. World Association for Christian Communication
  822. World Chaplain Federation
  823. World Merit
  824. World Youth Foundation
  825. WPO
  826. XRNE
  827. Yegesie International Open College of Technology – YIOTEC
  828. YES -YOUTH Education Support
  829. Yes! for Humanity
  830. YMCAComputer Training Cente and Digital Studio / Jokkolabs Banjul
  831. Yoselin Anhie Gonzales Montero
  832. YouLEAD Initiative
  833. Younes naghmouche
  834. Youth 4 Climate, Greenpeace Korea, Greener is Cleaner
  835. Youth and Women for Opportunities Uganda
  836. Youth Awareness And Peace Development (YAPD)
  837. Youth Empowerment Synergy
  838. Youth for sustainable development (Belarus)
  839. Youth for The Mission
  840. Youth Harvest Foundation Ghana
  841. Youth of India Foundation
  842. Youth Partnership for Peace and Development – Sierra Leone
  843. Youth Without Borders – Tunisia
  844. YUMA INZOLIA
  845. Yusuff Mojeed Olatunji
  846. Zambia Alliance for Agroecology and Biodiversity
  847. Zóro Pauvre Afrique
  848. АлтГУ
  849. Друзья Балтики
  850. Инициативная группа Живая Земля, г. Новосибирск
  851. Калужское движение “За права человека”
  852. КУРС