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Index June 2007

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2007-06-01: Chatham House;
2007-06-02: Women’s Information Network – Russia;
2007-06-03: GlobalGiving;
2007-06-03: Anti-Slavery International;
2007-06-03: Miseror;
2007-06-04: Statistics concerning our websites;
2007-06-04: IFIwatchnet.org;
2007-06-05: Afghan Links;
2007-06-05: NGOs and Social Movements preparing for the G8 Summit;
2007-06-06: The watching groups of IFI watchnet;
2007-06-06: Sunflower Association SMS;
2007-06-07: NEPAD New Partnership for Africa’s Development;
2007-06-07: Global Policy Forum GPF;
2007-06-08: Center for economic and policy research cepr;
2007-06-09: Fundatia ProHomini;
2007-06-10: The California Women’s Agenda CAWA;
2007-06-11: The Jubilee South Network JS;
2007-06-12: Peoples’ Global Action GPA;
2007-06-13: International Human Dimensions Programme IHDP;
2007-06-13: International NGO Committee on Human Rights in Trade and Investment INCHRITI;
2007-06-14: F-information – Genève;
2007-06-14: The African Methodist Episcopal AME Church;
2007-06-15: Die Giordano Bruno Stiftung;
2007-06-15: Peace and Collaborative Development Networking;
2007-06-15: Association Femmes 2000, Burkina Faso;
2007-06-16: Social Movements.org;
2007-06-17: Qui dit mieux;
2007-06-17: The Global Development Research Center GDRC;
2007-06-18: Courants de femmes;
2007-06-18: Radio Isanganiro;
2007-06-19: Foreign Policy in Focus FPIF;
2007-06-19: The India Institute for Critical Action, Centre in Movement CACIM;
2007-06-20: Action for Reach out;
2007-06-20: Training-Youth.net;
2007-06-22: The Indigenous Portal.com;
2007-06-23: Asia Monitor Resource Center AMRC;
2007-06-24: Council on Hemispheric Affairs COHA;
2007-06-25: Focus on the Global South;
2007-06-26: The Ozaki Yukio Memorial Foundation;
2007-06-27: Association for Aid and Relief AAR;
2007-06-28: The International Society of Political Psychology’s ISPP;
2007-06-29: IACERHRG;
2007-06-29: Association for Protection of the Rights of the Refugees from Abkhazia APRRA;
2007-06-30: African Women Pioneeres / Femmes Africa Solidarité.

African Women Pioneeres / Femmes Africa Solidarité

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Linked with Kate Adoo Adeku – Ghana.

Objectives Regional Level: Femmes Africa Solidarité (FAS) is at the forefront of the advocacy campaign to get women involved in the decision-making structures of the African Union AU. FAS advocates for the adoption of the “parity principle”, or gender equality. Its activities have resulted in gender parity in the AU Commission and the adoption of the Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa in 2003 and of the Solemn Declaration on Gender Equality in Africa in 2004.

Homepage;
Objectives International Level;
Leadership Bank (database);
Publications;
Links;

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Association for Protection of the Rights of the Refugees from Abkhazia APRRA

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Linked with Tsisana Rapava – Georgia.

The Association for Protection of the Rights of the Refugees from Abkhazia APRRA is a Non-Governmental, Non-profit organization. The Association was founded in October, 1998 in Tbilisi (Capital of the Republic of Georgia) as the International Association “Caucasus: Ethnic Relations, Human Rights, Geopolitics” (IACERHRG). On 13th November, 2004 at the 6th Annual Conference of IACERHRG a decision was made rename the Association and, also, to change its priorities.

The main aims and goals of APRRA are:

  • 1. Permanent monitoring of the Rights of the Refugees from Abkhazeti (Abkhazia);
  • 2. Organisation of the humanitarian actions for the Refugees from Abkhazia;
  • 3. Participation in the events on the problems of Abkhazia, rezolution of the Abkhazian-Georgian conflict and restoration of territorial integrity of the Republic of Georgia;
  • 4. Co-operation with the NGOs, Office of the Public Defender of Georgia and the legal Government of Abkhazia in exile;
  • etc.

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International Association CAUCASUS: Ethnic Relations, Human Rights, Geopolitics IACERHRG

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Linked with Tsisana Rapava – Georgia.

The IACERHRG was founded in October 29, 1998, in Tbilisi, by the organizers and participants of the International Conference “The Genocide of the Caucasian Peoples”. IACERHRG is an International Non-Governmental, Research and Educational, Non-profit, Euro-Sceptic Organization.

Contact: IACERHRG, G. Tsabadze Street 3-32, Tbilisi 380012, Republic of Georgia. Contact Person: Dr. Levan Z. Urushadze, Tel/Fax: (995 32) 348651, E-mail, Web Site.

Main goals of the IACERHRG are:

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The International Society of Political Psychology’s ISPP

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ISPP’s purpose is to facilitate communication across disciplinary, geographic and political boundaries among scholars, concerned individuals in government and public posts, the communications media, and elsewhere who have a scientific interest in the relationship between politics and psychological processes. ISPP seeks to advance the quality of scholarship in political psychology and to increase the usefulness of work in political psychology.

Announcements;
Bibliographies;
Courses;
Programs, Certificates, Research Centers, or Fields of Study in Political Psychology;
CONSTITUTION OF THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY;
Political Psychology On-line Resources;

Contact Central Office: ISPP Central Office, Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs, 346 Eggers Hall, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY 13244, Phone: 315-443-4470, Fax: 315-443-9085, E-mail.

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Association for Aid and Relief AAR

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in japanese, in english.

Linked with Yukika Sohma – Japan, and with The Ozaki Yukio Memorial Foundation.

The Association for Aid and Relief, Japan AAR JAPAN is a Non-Governmental Organization NGO aiming to provide emergency assistance, assistance to people with disabilities, and mine action, among other operations. It was established in 1979 as an organization with no political, ideological, or religious affiliation. AAR currently has offices in eight countries.

SiteMap;
Projects and Activities;
History;
How you can help;
Picture book;

Address & Map (scroll down): Association for Aid and Relief AAR, Japan, 5F, Mizuho Building, 2-12-2 Kamiosaki, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 141-0021, Japan. TEL +81-3-5423-4511, FAX +81-3-5423-4450.

The Ozaki Yukio Memorial Foundation

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in japanese, in english.

Linked with Yukika Sohma – Japan, and with The Association for Aid and Relief AAR.

In english, all texts (Ozaki Yukio … / History / Our Programs / Objectives For xouth leadership and training / Research and Studies) are on one page, the Homepage in english:

History: The Ozaki Yukio Memorial Foundation is a private nonprofit organization based in Tokyo. It was established on 10 December 1956 and was formerly approved by the Ministry of Education, Science, Sports and Culture the following year. On 25 February 1960, the Ozaki Memorial Hall and Clock Tower, built in front of the Diet with donations from all over Japan and around the world, were presented to the House of Representative. As a tradition, the Speaker of the House of Representatives of Japan serves as its Chairman. (full text).

Address: Ozaki Yukio Memorial Foundation, Kensei-kinen-kan, 1-1-1 Nagata-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 100-0014, Japan. Office hours: 9:30-17:30 Mon-Fri, TEL: +81-3-3581-1778, FAX: +81-3-3581-1856, Info, Web.

Focus on the Global South

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(also in Français, Espanol, Portugese, dalam bahasa/Indonesia)

Linked with A World Without the WTO.

About: Focus on the Global South (Focus) is a non-governmental organisation with twenty staff working in Thailand, the Philippines and India. Focus was established in Bangkok in 1995 and is affiliated with the Chulalongkorn University Social Research Institute. (full text).

Homepage;
Annual Reports / Workplans;
Texts about TRADE;
DEFENDING AND RECLAIMING THE COMMONS;
Trends and Analyses;
Alternatives;
Downloads;
Contact.

Spin and rumors at the G8: The big spin machine could be set in motion. Suddenly (the source turned out to be the German press agency DPA) a horribly mistranslated quote by one of the speakers on stage at the closing manifestation appeared in the media.

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Council on Hemispheric Affairs COHA

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The Council on Hemispheric Affairs, founded in 1975, is an independent, non-profit, non-partisan, tax-exempt research and information organization. It has been described on the Senate floor as being “one of the nation’s most respected bodies of scholars and policy makers.”

Homepage;
Archives;
Forum;
Internship;

Contact: The Council on Hemispheric Affairs, 1250 Connecticut Ave, N.W., Suite 1C Washington, D.C. 20036, USA, Tel. (202) 223-4975, Fax (202) 223-4979, E-mail.

About: Founded in 1975, the Council on Hemispheric Affairs (COHA), a nonprofit, tax-exempt independent research and information organization, was established to promote the common interests of the hemisphere, raise the visibility of regional affairs and increase the importance of the inter-American relationship, as well as encourage the formulation of rational and constructive U.S. policies towards Latin America. In 1982, COHA’s board of trustees voted to expand its mandate to include monitoring Canadian/Latin American relations.

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Asia Monitor Resource Center AMRC

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Linked with Asian Labour Update ALU.

Asian Labour Update ALU
is a quarterly newsletter examining important labour issues and current events in the Asia-Pacific region from workers’ perspective. It provides information and analysis of issues and stories that are not covered thoroughly by the mainstream media. Primary information sources are grassroots workers’ organisations, regional and international labour groups and development NGOs.
AMRC also publishes books and reports on specific labour issues in Asian countries and in the region as a whole. For more details on what’s available, jump to our Resources page.

Homepage;
Archive;
Resources;
Campaigns & Activities;
Solidarity Links;

Contact: Asia Monitor Resource Center AMRC, Unit 4, 18 Floor, Hollywood Centre, 233 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong| Tel: (852) 2332-1346, Fax: (852) 2385-5319, E-mail.

Link: Institution of Occupational Safety and Health IOSH (uk).

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The Indigenous Portal.com

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Linked with International Petition.

The International Indigenous ICT Task Force Launches an Indigenous Internet Portal, Created, Owned, and Operated by Indigenous Peoples:

New York, NY May 21, 2007 – At United Nations Headquarters, the Indigenous ICT Task Force (IITF) successfully launched a unique internet portal about Indigenous Peoples, for Indigenous Peoples and by Indigenous Peoples during the 6th Session of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.

This new and exciting portal web site will serve Indigenous communities around the world by operating in four basic languages: English, Spanish, French and Russian.

News;
Search;
audio;
video;
links;
Contact.

About: Through daily news and articles to raise awareness of the sovereignty position of the Kanionke:haka/Mohawk, in particular:

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Training-Youth.net

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Linked with Educational Evaluation in Youth Work.

This web site presents the training opportunities and publications for European youth workers and youth leaders developed by the Youth-Partnership between the Council of Europe and the European Commission. Please check the website frequently to stay informed about the latest developments in the field of youth training in Europe.

TRAINING COURSES: The Partnership regularly organises short-term training activities for youth workers and youth leaders in Europe. (full text).

Search;
News;
Trainer’s Forum;
Login & Discussion Forum;
FAQ;
Contact.

Action for Reach out

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Linked with Elizabeth Ann Gray – Hong Kong SAR.

Action for Reach out means the Rights of Entertainers in Asia to Combat Human Oppression and Unjust Treatment.

Contact: Action for REACH OUT, P.O. Box 98108, T.S.T. Post Office, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong. Pager: 7110-9318 call 394, Tel: 852 2770-1065, Fax: 852 2770-1201, Hotline: 852 2770-1002

Action for REACH OUT believes that:

  • every woman has the right to fair and just treatment under the law, no matter what her educational, social, religious or occupational background;
  • every woman has the right to have the terms of her contract honoured and not changed without her prior consent;
  • every woman has the right to be free from violence and coercion;
  • every woman has the right to safeguard her own health;
  • every woman has the right not to be used as a commodity.

(see all full text on the main page of their website).

The India Institute for Critical Action, Centre in Movement CACIM

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A Political Programme for the World Social Forum. Democracy, Substance and Debate in the Bamako Appeal and the Global Justice Movements: Jai Sen and Madhuresh Kumar with Patrick Bond and Peter Waterman, Indian Institute for Critical Action , Centre in Movement (CACIM), New Delhi, India & the University of KwaZulu-Natal Centre for Civil Society (CCS), Durban, South Africa, January 2007.

Homepage;
Programm Overview, May 2007;
WSF World Social Forum;
Events;
Articles;
Links;
Contact: CACIM, A-3, Defence Colony, New Delhi 110 024,
Ph : +91 11 4155 1521 &  +91 11 2433 2451, E-mail.

about:
CACIM (the India Institute for Critical Action – Centre in Movement) is an initiative towards cultivating and nurturing a culture of critical reflexivity and action in individual and public work. In principle we expect to work in many fields, but our focus at the moment is on activism, research, and publication in relation to social and political movement. We primarily work by building and maintaining real and virtual spaces for fundamental research and critical reflection, exploration, action, and creation in the field of movement : Books, seminars, workshops, websites, listserves, and newsbulletins and action alerts. Initiated in India in 2005, CACIM is transnational, intercultural, and interdisciplinary in vision and culture. (full long text).

Foreign Policy in Focus FPIF

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Linked with Samir Amin – Egypt.

Homepage (with many links);
Sitemap;
Funding & Governance;
Books;
Subscribe;
Contact: Institute for Policy Studies, 1112 16th St NW, Suite 600, Washington DC, 20036.

About: Foreign Policy In Focus (FPIF) is a think tank for research, analysis, and action that brings together scholars, advocates, and activists who strive to make the United States a more responsible global partner. The International Relations Center (IRC) in Silver City, New Mexico and the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) in Washington, DC have jointly managed FPIF since 1996.

FPIF provides timely analysis of U.S. foreign policy and international affairs and recommends policy alternatives. We believe U.S. security and world stability are best advanced through a commitment to peace, justice and environmental protection as well as economic, political, and social rights. We advocate that diplomatic solutions, global cooperation, and grassroots participation guide foreign policy.

Radio Isanganiro

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Linked with Jeannine Nahigombeye – Burundi.

La Radio Isanganiro ou ” Point de rencontre “, est une radio créée à Bujumbura, capitale du BURUNDI sous l’initiative de l’association Ijambo, une association composée essentiellement de journalistes travaillant dans le domaine de la résolution des conflits par la radio.

Radio Isanganiro a commencé à émettre en Modulation de Fréquence le 18 novembre 2002. La Radio Isanganiro emploie six émetteurs disséminés à travers tout le pays, ce qui lui permet d’arroser tout le territoire national, presque tout le territoire rwandais, l’est de la République du Congo et l’ouest de la Tanzanie, où sont concentrés les camps de réfugiés burundais. La radio est aussi disponible sur Internet sur isanganiro.org. Tout le travail de la radio est numérisé, de la récolte de l’information à la diffusion, en passant par le traitement.

Tous les autres pages sont accessibles par liens sur la page d’acccueil et n’ont pas un URL spécifique / all other pages through the homepage, no different URLs.

ENGLISH VERSION: The Radio Isanganiro or ” Meeting Point ” is a radio created in Bujumbura, the capital city of BURUNDI under initiave of Ijambo Association, an association made essentially by journalists who work or had been worked within the Studio Ijambo;which is working in the estate of conflicts resolution by the radio. For more details, download the pdf.

Links:

Radio aus Zentralafrika, Ostafrika & dem südlichen Afrika;
INAMA ISUMBA INGIMBA! LE DIALOGUE VAUT MIEUX QUE LA FORCE!;
Burundi, 15.09.2006: “Soit vous fermez de votre propre gré, soit on vous y forcera par tous les moyens”, Radio Isanganiro, cible d’une campagne agressive du parti au pouvoir;

Courants de femmes

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Le Salon Des Solidarités ouvrira ses portes le vendredi 22, samedi 23 et le dimanche 24 juin 2007 au Parc Floral de Paris. Par Courants de Femmes, lundi 4 juin 2007 à 19:14. Durant ces 3 jours, 15000 visiteurs et 250 exposants pourront échanger, discuter, collaborer autour de conférences et de tables rondes. (full text).

Le Programme du Salon.

Depuis 2003
, quatre projets de bénévoles ont été réalisés et ont permis de travailler avec plus d’une centaine d’associations africaines au Sénégal (2003 et 2006), au Mali (2004, 2005 et 2006), au Burkina Faso (2004) et au Bénin (2004). Le dynamisme du tissu associatif est présenté sur ce site ainsi que l’ensemble des associations membres du réseau rencontrées dans les quatre pays.

Devenez membre; Le Conseil d’Administration de l’association Courants de Femmes est composé de Clara Delavallade (présidente), Mélanie Révilla (Vice-présidente), Claire Naiditch (trésorière), Lucile Rivéra, (secrétaire générale), Blandine Ledoux, Thomas Bossuroy, Alexia Prétari, Nicolas Spie et Etienne Nouguez. Le webmaster de l’association est Nacim Benabdelmoumene. Courants de Femmes compte, à ce jour, plus de 150 membres et plus de 100 associations africaines partenaires.

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The Global Development Research Center GDRC

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The GDRC is a virtual organization that carries out initiatives in education, research and practice, in the spheres of environment, urban, community, economy and information, and at scales that are effective.

Sitemap;
What’s new;
Geographical Focus;
Newsletter;
Contact.

20 June, 2003 marks the third World Refugee Day. This day is celebrated all around the world with events such as conferences, stand up comedies, concerts and memorial services. The day originally marked Africa Refugee Day.
On 4 December 2000, the General Assembly noted that 2001 marked the fiftieth anniversary of the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees, and that the Organization of African Unity (OAU) had agreed to have International Refugee Day coincide with Africa Refugee Day on 20 June. It, therefore, decided that, as from 2001, 20 June would be celebrated as World Refugee Day (resolution 55/76). (full text).

about: The GDRC is an attempt to consolidate disparate issues, themes and topics into one umbrella to highlight their interconnectedness and interdisciplinary nature. With the focus being more on knowledge transfer and information dissemination, GDRC focuses on the micro scale – at the level of the man-on-the-street, where most of the everyday decisions are taken. GDRC aims at bringing together the disparate resources on a three pronged approach:

  • Research and development at the global level,
  • Education and Training at the regional level,
  • Policy and programme development at the local level.

Qui dit mieux?

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Linked with Grace Aboh Dotou – Benin, and with F-information – Genève.

Contact: Qui dit mieux? Centre de recyclage des sachets en plastique (Face à la poste principale d’Oganla), BP 2197, Porto-Novo 01, BENIN. Tél : (229) 21 47 54, Fax : (229) 21 48 61, E-mail.

Mme Grâce Dotou-Aboh nous a chaleureusement accueillies dans le local de son ONG. « Qui dit mieux ? », une troupe de théâtre forum, existe depuis 1980. Aucune troupe de théâtre de la capitale ne fonctionnait bien longtemps : les femmes, une fois mariées, ne pouvaient plus jouer des rôles qui risquaient d’être jugés trop intimes avec des hommes étrangers. Grâce a donc eu l’idée de créer une troupe exclusivement féminine, où les femmes se déguiseraient en hommes sans s’attirer le mécontentement de leurs maris et où tous les rôles pourraient donc être joués. Alors, « qui dit mieux ? », nous demande la présidente amusée. Cette troupe de théâtre exclusivement féminine n’était pas seulement une astuce pour durer, mais également un outil pour mener des sensibilisations dans tout le Bénin. Pendant des années, alors qu’elle était encore institutrice, Mme Dotou a ainsi utilisé l’expression théâtrale pour faire passer des messages aux populations les plus démunies. Aujourd’hui encore, la troupe de « Qui dit mieux ? » monte des pièces de théâtre et participe à des événements ponctuels en collaboration avec d’autres organisations de développement. Mais ce n’est plus sa principale activité. (texte entier).

Social Movements.org

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Throughout the world, engaged citizens are meeting and mobilizing to promote human rights and social justice while reinforcing their opposition to commercialization, social regression, and economic and military aggression. Social movements are organizing in international and trans-thematic coalitions for maximum impact and greater power. The Social movements directory is a World Forum for Alternatives (WFA) initiative to make known, or improve knowledge of, these new global actors. It includes social movement profiles and analysis articles. (full text).

Directory, last articles published;
Members of the WFA;
WFA projects;
Contact.

About the World Forum of alternatives WFA; The World Forum for Alternatives (WFA) is an international network of research centres and militant intellectuals from the South and the North. Created in 1997 it aims at supporting the convergence process of the social movements, as well as to the development alternatives that are democratic, pluralistic and sustainable, as opposed to neoliberal globalization and all the various forms of discrimination and domination. The WFA considers that the combined action of citizen movements, their demands and the socio-economic and political alternatives that they represent constitute the foundations of a more genuine democracy of the world system and the embryo of a just and sustainable model of society. The WFA sees its own actions as contributing to the processes of the world and regional social forums and the social and political dynamics that they generate. (full text).

Association Femmes 2000, Burkina Faso

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Lié avec Chantal Marie Rachelle Ouédraogo – Burkina Faso.

Association Femmes 2000 est une ONG du Burkina Faso, située à Ziniaré.

Nous travaillons à améliorer les conditions de vie des femmes, à favoriser l’intégration des femmes au développement, à créer un cadre d’échanges entre les associations.

Nous sommes particulièrement impliqués dans la lutte contre les MST/SIDA et la tuberculose: action au niveau des moyens de prévention, action pour améliorer la prise en charge des malades.

Historique;
Objectifs;
Finances;
Réalisation;
Projets;
Partenaires;
E-mail.

Présentation: L’AF 2000 est une association à caractère national. Elle est structurée de la façon suivante :

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Peace and Collaborative Development Networking

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Building Bridges, Networks and Expertise Across Sectors

This is a professional networking site to encourage interaction between individuals & organizations worldwide involved in development, peace, conflict resolution and related fields. Members are encouraged to dialogue and share resources.

Here are some suggestions for how to best use the site:
1) Register – You can register (for Membership, Videos, Photos, Forum):
- Once you have registered please create your profile for the site. The more information you provide the easier it will be for you to network and connect with others. For example if you want to find people to collaborate for projects/research, you can try searching by country/language or other key words.
2) Suggest Resources – We will try to add key resources such as publications, teaching materials, videos, curricula, pictures, books, etc.
3) Contribute or start a blog/discussion – You can add to a current discussion and/or start your own blog.
4) New Ideas – Feel free to suggest new ideas for how to improve this site.
5) Invite your friends to join.

Die Giordano Bruno Stiftung

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… die Stiftung zur Förderung des evolutionären Humanismus.

Wir leben in einer Zeit der Ungleichzeitigkeit: Während wir technologisch im 21. Jahrhundert stehen, sind unsere Weltbilder mehrheitlich noch von Jahrtausende alten Legenden geprägt. Diese Kombination von höchstem technischen Know-how und naivstem Kinderglauben könnte auf Dauer fatale Konsequenzen für unsere Spezies haben. Wir verhalten uns wie Fünfjährige, denen die Verantwortung über einen Jumbojet übertragen wurde.

Die Giordano Bruno Stiftung (Stiftung zur Förderung des evolutionären Humanismus) sammelt neuste Erkenntnisse der Geistes-, Sozial- und Naturwissenschaften, um ihre Bedeutung für das humanistische Anliegen eines “friedlichen und gleichberechtigten Zusammenlebens der Menschen im Diesseits” herauszuarbeiten. Ziel der Stiftung ist es, die Grundzüge eines naturalistischen Weltbildes sowie einer säkularen, evolutionär-humanistischen Ethik/Politik zu entwickeln und einer interessierten Öffentlichkeit zugänglich zu machen. (Resttext).

Sämtliche Seiten dieser Website sind unter der gleichen URL innerhalb der Homepage erreichbar.

Pressekontakt: Dr. Michael Schmidt-Salomon (Vorstandssprecher), Monter Wiese 27, D-54309 Newel-Butzweiler, Tel: 06505/99053, Fax: 06505/99054, E-mail auf der Webseite unter Impressum.

The African Methodist Episcopal AME Church

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Linked with Hazel Magdalene King – Barbados.

… the Official Website of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, Incorporated, a Pennsylvania Corporation, administered by the Office of the General Secretary and Chief Information Officer of the African Methodist Episcopal Church (AME Church). This site is the gateway into the AME Church Online Community. (full text).

Mission;
Beliefs;
Structure;
News & Events;
Contact.

about: The word African means that the church was organized by people of African descent and heritage. It does not mean that the church was founded in Africa, or that it was for persons of African descent only.

The church’s roots are of the family of Methodist churches. Methodism provides an orderly system of rules and regulations and places emphasis on a plain and simple gospel.

Episcopal refers to the form of government under which the church operates. The chief executive and administrative officers of the African Methodist Episcopal denomination are the Bishops of the church.

F-information – Genève

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Une association sans but lucratif, créée en 1981, qui s’adresse aux femmes et à leur famille. Reconnue d’utilité publique, subventionnée, elle est cogérée par les 11 membres de son équipe. Depuis quelques années, F-information s’est dotée d’une charte.

Notre mission: informer, écouter, soutenir les femmes dans une démarche de reprise de confiance. Organiser et animer des groupes pour le partage d’expérience de vie et le tissage de liens sociaux. Regrouper la documentation dans tous les domaines concernant les femmes. Développer le travail en réseau avec le tissu associatif genevois.

Nos buts: Contribuer à l’égalité entre hommes et femmes en favorisant la réflexion et le changement des mentalités, l’autonomie des femmes en les aidant à faire des choix, et la construction d’une société solidaire. Dans notre quotidien, nous nous attachons à promouvoir les valeurs de respect, de tolérance et d’engagement. (Voir plus).

Bibliothèque;
Prestations;
Bon à savoir;
300 adresses utiles;

Prendre contact par le web, ou directement chez nous: F-information, 67 rue de la Servette, CP 128, 1211 Genève 7, Tél : 022.740.31.00, Fax: 022.740.31.44, Mail.

International NGO Committee on Human Rights in Trade and Investment INCHRITI

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Linked with Miloon Kothari – India.

No website found for INCHRITI, but published on the following other sites:

on PDHRE;
on the Human Rights Databank, December 1999, Vol. 6, No.4;
on the Human Rights Databank, September 2000, Vol. 7, No. 2&3;
on Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights;
on HREA.org: Human Rights Teach-In: Trading Away Human Rights?
on World Organisation against Torture OMCT;
on Third World Network TWN;
on ESCRnet;
on Circle of Rights, ESCR activism;
on CONGO;
on fidh.org;
on Rights & Democracy.

… and many others.

International Human Dimensions Programme IHDP

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on Global Environmental Change.

The International Human Dimensions Programme IHDP on Global Environmental Change is an international, interdisciplinary science programme dedicated to promoting, catalyzing and coordinating research on the human dimensions of global environmental change. IHDP takes a social science perspective on global change and it works at the interface between science and practice.

To reach all other pages of IHDP, just click on the internal links from the homepage.

Contact: IHDP International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change, UN Campus, Hermann-Ehlers-Str. 10, D-53113 Bonn, Germany, Tel: +49 228 815 0600, Fax: +49 228 815 0620, E-mail.

IHDP works in partnership with:

Peoples’ Global Action GPA

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The GPA-Frontpage has links to GPA-pages in arab, castellano, català, český, ελληνικά, english, euskera, deutsch, français, hungarian, italiano, lietuvishkai, nederlands, polish, português, românã, рýсский, serbo-croatian, suomi.

About (the english Homepage): From the 23rd to the 26th of February of 1998, grassroots movements of all continents met in Geneva to launch a worldwide coordination network of resistance to the global market, a new alliance of struggle and solidarity called Peoples’ Global Action against ‘free’ trade and the WTO PGA. That was the birth of this global tool for communication and coordination for all those who fight the destruction of humanity and the planet by capitalism and build local alternatives to globalisation.

The defining documents of the PGA are its five hallmarks, its organisational principles and its manifesto.

At the conference in Bangalore, India in August 1999 the hallmarks
and the organisational principles were amended to reflect discussions about clarifying differences to right-wing anti-globalizers. A new second hallmark was added. The Hallmarks were changed at the conference in Cochabamba 2001.

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The Jubilee South Network JS

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(français, espanol)

Linked with Lidy Nacpil – Philippines, and with Total and Unconditional DebtCancellation.

The Jubilee South Network is in the process of emerging and developing as an international South movement on debt, focusing on the power of civil society to hold their governments accountable and break the chains of debt domination by Northern governments and institutions. (greenfestivals.org).

Activities & Events;
Current Initiatives;
Resources & Database;
Docs & Publications;
Downloads;
Links;
Photo Gallery;
Contact.

Jubilee South JS is a network of debt campaigns, social movements, people’s organizations, communities, NGOs and political formations. The Jubilee South network aims to develop and strengthen a global South movement on the debt. We have members from over 40 countries from the regions of Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa and Asia/Pacific, representing 85 anti-debt groups.

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The California Women’s Agenda CAWA

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Linked with Roma Pauline Guy – USA.

  • CAWA is a state action alliance of over 600 organizations in California, working together to implement the Beijing Platform at the grassroots;
  • CAWA is linking one million women and girls in collective action through real and “virtual” networks;
  • CAWA is a network that is organizing – not an organization that is networking.

Partizipating Organizations;
County and Regional Coalitions;
Beijing+, a call to action;
join the CAWA network;
Contact: Women’s Intercultural Network, 1950 Hayes Street, Suite Two, San Francisco, CA 94117 USA, Tel. 415-221-4841, Fax 415-221-4989, E-mail.

about: Women’s Intercultural Network WIN brought the (Beijing) Platform home to the California grassroots for implementation by creating CAWA: the CAlifornia Women’s Agenda. CAWA is a growing state action alliance of over 500 diverse organizations who adapted and published the Beijing Platform as a Plan of Action for California. CAWA’s objective is to link one million women in collective action through real and “virtual” networks.

The genesis of the Women’s Intercultural Network -WIN was the International Women’s Action Council (IWAC), created as an advisory group to a Ford Foundation grant in 1988: “Involving Women And Ethnic Minorities In Foreign Policy.” WIN CEO, formed IWAC to involve women from the many diverse cultures in San Diego in the project. This collaboration of women became the inspiration and prototype for WIN, which was incorporated in late 1994 in San Francisco, California. (full text).

Fundatia ProHomini

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Linked with Negoita Cornelia – Romania.

Fundatia “Pro Homini” a fost infiintata in  anul 1997, in orasul Braila si a inceput sa activeze energic imediat dupa obtinerea statutului de persoana juridica nonprofit si neguvernamentala. Activitatea sa a fost orientata inca de la inceput pe doua componente de activitate fundamentale: Componenta cultural-informationala si cea caritabila, de sprijin social  intra pe site si afla mai multe!

Activitati;
Centrul de zi pentru batrani;
Arhiva foto;
Adresa contact. Fundatia ProHomini, Strada Caraiman, nr. 4, Braila, cod 810275, Telefon: 039-681700, (Cornelia Negoita – Telefon: 039-689181), e-mail.

Prezentare generala: Fundatia „Pro Homini” a fost infiintata in anul 1997 din dorinta de a sprijini acel segment al populatiei aproape uitat de societate: batranii. Pe parcursul celor 7 ani de activitate, fundatia a sprijinit si familii cu multi copii, aflate in situatie de risc social si copii bolnavi care au necesitat tratamente costisitoare, precum si elevi merituosi care au obtinut locuri fruntase la olimpiadele nationale.

Pentru bunele rezultate obtinute in plan social, Fundatia „Pro Homini” a primit din partea Primariei Municipiului Braila, in luna decembrie 2003, diploma si medalie de excelenta. In vederea strangerii de fonduri fundatia organizeaza de doua ori pe an baluri de binefacere si tombole cu obiecte confectionate in Centrul de Zi.

Pentru oamenii varstnici au fost editate pana in prezent doua numere ale publicatiei „Pro Homine” care reflecta preocuparile oamenilor de varsta a treia. Majoritatea articolelor sunt scrise de pensionari.

Center for Economic and Policy Research CEPR

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Upgraded March 15, 2011: The Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR) was established in 1999 to promote democratic debate on the most important economic and social issues that affect people’s lives. In order for citizens to effectively exercise their voices in a democracy, they should be informed about the problems and choices that they face. CEPR is committed to presenting issues in an accurate and understandable manner, so that the public is better prepared to choose among the various policy options … (about 1/2).

Homepage;
Press Center; Publications; Experts; Research Tools; Issues;
Address; Center for Economic and Policy Research, 1611 Connecticut Avenue, NW Suite 400, Washington, DC 20009, USA;
Contact.

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Global Policy Forum GPF

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Linked with Ravi Kanbur – Ghana & England.

Global Policy Forum monitors policy making at the United Nations, promotes accountability of global decisions, educates and mobilizes for global citizen participation, and advocates on vital issues of international peace and justice.

Some of the many pages:
Sitemap;
News: new publications, upcoming events, latest press releases;
Reports, studies and articles;
The UN Security Council;
NGO’s;
Globalization;

Address USA: Global Policy Forum, 777 UN Plaza, Suite 3D, New York, NY 10017 USA, phone +1 212 557 31 61, Fax +1 212 557 31 65, mail.

Global Policy Forum Europe, (existiert auch auf deutsch):
GPF’s mission is to monitor policy making at the United Nations, promote accountability of global decisions, educate and mobilize for global citizen participation, and advocate on vital issues of international peace and justice. Global Policy Forum Europe’s primary aim is to monitor and analyse critically German and European policy-making relating to and within the UN.

Address Europe: Global Policy Forum Europe, Bertha-von-Suttner-Platz 13, D-53111 Bonn (Germany), Tel. +49 228 96 50 510, Fax +49 228 96 38 206, mail.

NEPAD New Partnership for Africa’s Development

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Linked with Ravi Kanbur – Ghana & England.

The New Partnership for Africa’s Development NEPAD is a VISION and STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK FOR AFRICA’s RENEWAL … The NEPAD strategic framework document arises from a mandate given to the five initiating Heads of State (Algeria, Egypt, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa) by the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) to develop an integrated socio-economic development framework for Africa. The 37th Summit of the OAU in July 2001 formally adopted the strategic framework document.

See all links to documents, news, NEPAD by country, vacancies etc. on the homepage.

Discussion Forum;
Contact.

Link: NEPAD is an economic development programme of the African Union. The NEPAD was adopted at the 37th session of the Assembly of Heads of State and Government in July 2001 in Lusaka, Zambia. NEPAD has met with opposition from many African NGOs who see it as a tool for strengthening Western domination over Africa. Origins and function, Structures, Meetings, Programs, Criticism of NEPAD etc, see on wikipedia.

Sunflower Association SMS

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Linked with Asha Lata Baidya – Bangladesh.

Sunflower is an association of motivated Bangladeshi citizens, working towards the empowerment of 145,000 poor and oppressed people in 750 of the poorest villages in the country. Sunflower helps women and their families understand their situations and take positive steps to raise themselves out of poverty.

As a young girl growing up in rural Bangladesh, Asha Lata could see that people’s lives were miserable and deprived because of poverty. She could also see inequality – that the accepted norms in society favoured men, and oppressed women.

While still a school girl she became an activist, fighting poverty and advocating equality for womenfolk.

In 1980 she started working as a voluntary social worker in four of the poorest villages of her home district, Kotwalipara. This grew in to Sunflower.

Objectives;
History;
How we help;
Contact.

About: n Bangladesh we are known as SMS. This is short for Surjamukhi Sangstha (Sunflower Association).

Sunflower is a 100% indigenous non-government organisation (NGO). Our constitution and rules are laid out in our Charter, which was registered with the Bangladesh Government Department of Social Welfare on 11th January 1983 (Registration Number F-0237). Sunflower is also registered with the NGO Affairs Bureau, which falls under the Prime Minister’s Office (Registration Number 231 dated 30th August 1987).

Our name draws upon the symbolism of both the sun and the sunflower as providing physical and spiritual strength, sustenance and energy for all of humanity, especially the poor. Our motto is EDUCATION, HONESTY and UNITY. We are a humanitarian, non sectarian, democratic community based organisation. Our beneficiary groups and our workers include Muslims, Hindus and Christians. (full text).

The watching groups of IFI watchnet

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Linked with IFIwatchnet.org.

I like to outline specially the page with these organisations monitoring international financial institutions (IFIs), such as the World Bank, the IMF, and regional development banks.

Their direct link to the IFI watchers.

… and this morning June 6, these Civil Societies of IFI watchnet are publishing on their websites about the G8 summit 2007 (those having texts apparent from their Homepages):

Berne declaration / Erklärung von Bern (deutsch), specially on this page: G8-Gipfel in Heiligendamm (deutsch/français), and its link to the alternative-summit.org (deutsch/english/français/español);

Campagna (italiana), and a link to the protest-programm (deutsch/& link to english);

Erlassjahr.de, Entwicklung braucht Entschuldung (deutsch), mit link zum herunterladen der Pressemitteilung;

Focus on the Global South, scroll down to two texts: ‘The Climate Change Flap at the G8: A Spat over Detail, not Substance’; and ‘THE G8: NOT THE ONLY SHOW IN TOWN’;

Global Campaign for Education, gives on this page News in full: Ahead of G8 ‘children move the world‘ (scroll down);

Jubilee Dept Campaign, Tell the G8 to act against the vultures;

OXFAM International, from this page: G8 summit 2007(english/français/español);

OXFAM UK,
from this page: Oxfam welcomes German announcement of more aid for Africa;

Trocaire, from this page: G8 failing to Make Poverty History;

WEED online, World Economy, Ecology, Development (deutsch), (on many pages, links directly from the homepage).

NGOs and Social Movements preparing for the G8 Summit

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(in english / main topics, auf deutsch / G8 Hauptthemen)

The 33rd G8 summit is to take place at Kempinski Grand Hotel in Heiligendamm in the old Duchy of Mecklenburg in the Northern German state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern on the Baltic Coast, from June 6 to June 8, 2007.

Subscribe to IntNGO;
Participating organisations and their contactpersons (scroll down);
Conferences of the platform;
Imprint;
Contact.

The G8-Platform is a pool of now about 40 organisations, mainly of environmental and development backgrounds. Their joint goal is to prepare mutual activities and events around the G8-summit in June 2007 in Heiligendamm, Germany.

The platform aims to serve as coordination and information base for all summit activities. Work started in January 2006. Since then the platform, which is meeting on a regular basis, has been expanding. Interested organisations are welcome to join.

Several teams and groups have evolved from the meetings organising cultural events, the rally, the alternative summit, action days and camps. As the platform’s contribution we offer
a series of conferences dealing with important issues around the G8. (full text).

Afghan Links

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Linked with Karla Schefter – Germany, and with Pictures from Afghanistan.

Afghan Links, The website to complement the Afghanlinks-Newsletter.

The Afghan Links News Letter is a spin-off from the British and Irish Agencies Afghanistan Group (BAAG) Bulletin that I created after September 11th in response to a need for up to the minute information. For the first few months it was issued daily then became a weekly e-bulletin which is still being published for BAAG Members.

During a secondment from BAAG to ACBAR – the Kabul based Agency Coordinating Body for Afghan Relief – I trained staff there to produce their own local version of a bulletin which is still going strong. Please refer to Agency Coordinating Body For Afghan Relief.

AFGHANISTAN NEWSLETTER ARCHIVE;
The women of Kabul;
Afghanwire Media;
Afghanistan online;
UN news center – Afghanistan;
useful links;
Contact and Newsletter-subscription.

IFIwatchnet.org

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(in Español, en français)

The NGOs and Civil Societies of The watching groups of IFI watchnet.

IFIwatchnet is a groundbreaking initiative in international NGO networking, currently in its second year of operation. It connects organisations worldwide which are monitoring international financial institutions (IFIs) such as the World Bank, the IMF, and regional development banks. Formed in response to a call by civil society groups to maximise the effectiveness of their communications and networking efforts, it is rapidly developing into a key tool for ever increasing degrees of collaboration between IFIwatching groups at national, regional and international levels. With nearly 60 organisations from 27 different countries in every region of the world, it has huge potential to increase the ability of civil society to make global governance institutions accountable to the people they serve.

IFIwatchnet is not an NGO and it does not undertake monitoring or campaiging work itself, rather it supports the work undertaken by its participants. It aims to:

  • Pool independent information about IFIs from a broad range of civil society sources and make it easier for people to find what they need;
  • Improve communication between IFI-watchers, increasing mutual awareness of outputs and collaboration on activities;
  • Increase the efficiency and effectiveness of IFI watching organisations through new information sharing approaches.

IFIwatchnet participant organisations monitor one or more of these global and regional IFIs: (full text).

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Statistics concerning our websites

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The first statistics concern the blogs of world-citizenship.org/: World People’s Blog, NGO’s – we & others, and Professor Pandita’s Blogs Geopolitical Analysis, Kashmir and IDP, History – Past and Present and the Homepage, but also Kundan L. Chowdhury’s blogs Shirya Bhatt Mission Hospital, Socio-political & Cultural and Personal & Literary.
But also AEHRF’s pictures and Heidi’s privat photos (put on a world-citizen blog, because the inner structure of these blogs are ’stronger’ than the ones of my privat blogs, this to stand the manipulation of many photos, my privat garden blog having crashed last winter with all the photos I had put on).

The second statistics concern my privat blogs of heidi-barathieu-brun.ch/: mainly Economy and Society, Humanitarian Texts, but also Mein privater Garten (my privat garden).

Hereafter the first statistics:

Statistics of acccess to / Statistiques d’accès à www.world-citizenship.org
The last 12 months / Période du résumé: 12 derniers mois
Made the / Généré le 02-Jun-2007 06:17 CEST

World Citizenship May 2007 showstats-php.png .

click on statistic to enlarge

… and the average summary by days (moyenne journalière) and the summary by months (totaux mensuels):

Résumé par mois

Mois

Moyenne journalière

Totaux mensuels

Hits

Fichiers

Pages

Visites

Sites

Ko

Visites

Pages

Fichiers

Hits

Juin 2007

10410

8206

3482

1717

1226

294970

1717

3482

8206

10410

Mai 2007

9058

7499

3309

1681

17327

8209345

52117

102598

232481

280826

Avr 2007

7159

5525

3373

1627

15035

5677104

48829

101196

165751

214788

Mar 2007

6893

5394

3742

1723

13901

6417951

53439

116029

167233

213702

Fev 2007

5431

4163

2895

1521

11778

4518661

42598

81060

116576

152095

Jan 2007

5670

4304

3149

1617

11717

4723925

50152

97619

133433

175784

Dec 2006

5445

4309

2884

1484

12884

5636302

46022

89406

133591

168805

Nov 2006

5142

4268

2142

1012

10970

4415095

30360

64270

128065

154264

Oct 2006

4874

4061

2375

1019

9492

4792997

31589

73647

125917

151118

Sep 2006

3985

3178

1921

873

8208

3655429

26205

57637

95357

119573

Aou 2006

4453

3579

1849

800

10246

5831757

24800

57326

110975

138051

Juil 2006

5788

4336

2229

747

7842

4712252

23182

69111

134420

179446

Totaux

58885788

431010

913381

1552005

1958862


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Hereafter the second statistics:.
Statistics of acccess to / Statistiques d’accès à www.heidi-barathieu-brun.ch
The last 12 months / Période du résumé: 12 derniers mois
Nade the / Généré le 03-Jun-2007 02:25 CEST.

May 2007  hbb showstats-php.png .

click on statistic to enlarge

… and the average summary by days (moyenne journalière) and the summary by months (totaux mensuels):


Résumé par mois

Mois

Moyenne journalière

Totaux mensuels

Hits

Fichiers

Pages

Visites

Sites

Ko

Visites

Pages

Fichiers

Hits

Juin 2007

1750

1423

1373

610

762

83118

1221

2747

2846

3501

Mai 2007

1945

1564

1518

632

5100

1553525

19611

47080

48493

60325

Avr 2007

2203

1686

1554

615

4294

1693506

18477

46623

50607

66119

Mar 2007

3207

2330

1778

664

5257

2188417

20599

55148

72248

99419

Fev 2007

2042

1549

1352

625

4405

1734563

17515

37879

43372

57188

Jan 2007

2277

1569

1341

623

4374

1430618

19331

41571

48644

70596

Dec 2006

1740

1397

1285

582

3845

1209285

18044

39861

43326

53942

Nov 2006

1507

1182

1052

403

3939

914142

12108

31582

35475

45226

Oct 2006

1362

1060

949

354

3594

987573

10995

29423

32867

42250

Sep 2006

1586

1213

1137

346

3115

1277419

10391

34133

36404

47608

Aou 2006

1332

1024

1012

289

2861

1588729

8978

31391

31756

41303

Juil 2006

2139

1689

1638

392

3350

2008393

12163

50782

52389

66322

Totaux

16669288

169433

448220

498427

653799


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Miseror

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Linked with Jeanne Devos – Belgium.

MISEREOR was founded in 1958 as an agency “against hunger and disease in the world”. In its capacity as the overseas development agency of the Catholic Church in Germany, it offers to cooperate in a spirit of partnership with all people of goodwill to promote development, fight worldwide poverty, liberate people from injustice, exercise solidarity with the poor and the persecuted, and help create “One World”.

MISEREOR is mandated by the Catholic Church in Germany:

  • to fight the causes of hardship and misery as manifested chiefly in countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America in the forms of hunger, disease, poverty and other forms of human suffering;
  • thus enabling the people affected to lead a life of human dignity;
  • and to promote justice, freedom, reconciliation and peace in the world.

Issues & Themes;
Campaigns;
Data protection;
Contact.

This Christian motivation should lead us not only to help and share with the poor, but also to undergo a process of spiritual renewal, becoming “richer” people through solidarity and community with the poor. It should also lead us to make a commitment to creating a more just and peaceful One World through responsible development of our own society. As such, MISEREOR is also a campaign, a “movement” in Germany, everywhere on the lookout for partners, friends and “fellow activists” in the fight against poverty.

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Anti-Slavery International

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Linked with Jeanne Devos – Belgium.

Anti-Slavery International is the world’s oldest international human rights organisation. Its roots stretch back to 1787 when the first abolitionist society was formed. This broad-based society was at the forefront of the movements to abolish the slave trade (achieved in Britain in 1807) as well as slavery throughout the British colonies (achieved in 1833). (full text).

Homepage for the UK;
sitemap;
latest news;
traficking news monthly;
Partner Website: Breaking the silence;
Jobs;
Contact.

About: http://www.antislavery.org.uk/homepage/antislavery/about.htm
Anti-Slavery International, founded in 1839, is the world’s oldest international human rights organisation and the only charity in the United Kingdom to work exclusively against slavery and related abuses. We work at local, national and international levels to eliminate the system of slavery around the world by:

  • Urging governments of countries with slavery to develop and implement measures to end it;
  • Lobbying governments and intergovernmental agencies to make slavery a priority issue;
  • Supporting research to assess the scale of slavery in order to identify measures to end it;
  • Working with local organisations to raise public awareness of slavery;
  • Educating the public about the realities of slavery and campaigning for its end.

GlobalGiving

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Linked with Jeanne Devos – Belgium.
Give to over 400 grassroots charity projects worldwide through GlobalGiving’s marketplace of good. 85-90% of your money is on-the-ground within 60 days. It’s a new way of giving (with updates from the field).

Homepage;
How it works;
Projects;
Partner Services;
Gifts & Registries;
Newsletter;
Contact.

About: GlobalGiving was founded by two former World Bank executives who decided to use the Internet to create a highly efficient marketplace. The GlobalGiving platform enables more funding to reach projects throughout the globe, and, at the same time, provides a more transparent, engaging way for donors to give.

Because we enable donors to give directly to projects, they know exactly where their money is going. Donors can see progress updates on most projects as funding is received and goals are met. Donations made through GlobalGiving are higher impact because:

  • Money is going directly to a well-defined project versus supporting general operating expenses;
  • Projects on globalgiving.com have exposure to thousands of donors, enabling us to aggregate multiple sources of funding for each project;
  • Many projects on globalgiving.com are located in the developing world where a little money goes a long way We connect donors to projects via our “public” website, globalgiving.com as well as through custom giving services.

Women’s Information Network – Russia

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(website in russian)

Linked with Fatima Gazieva – Russian Federation.

Process of gathering information for data base on women’s movement of Russia started in 1990 before the 1st Independent Women’s Forum. In the beginning it was just a card-index. Founders of data base were the Moscow Center for Gender Studies (Anastasia Posadskaya, Valentina Konstantinova, Zoya Khotkina, Tatiana Dorokhina); SAFO (Natalia Filippova, Natalia Abubikirova, Marina Regentova, Natalia Lebedeva, Valeria Tukmanova, Olga Lipovskaya, Tatiana Poddubnaya, Elena Morozova); employees of the Institute of Philisophy of Academy of Sciences (Olga Voronina, Tatiana Klimenkova). By the time of the 2nd Women’s Forum (December 1992) Elena Kochkina, Elena Maslova and Lidiya S. Scobtsova joined the team. Data base was transferred to Tatiana Troinova’s computer. Later, in 1993-1995 Women’s Informational Project (Archive, Data Base, Library – ADL) was in charge of data base. The project was sponsored by the government of Germany through Frauenanstiftung Foundation. Programmers Lidiya Yourovskaya and Tatiana Evstifeyeva led by Tatiana Troinova devoted their brains and hearts to the program product called ZHISET+ (ЖИСЕТ+). (full text).

Contact: Women’s Information Network, Tatiana Troinova, telephone/fax: 7 095 291 2274; 7 095 291 5729, E-mail, website in russian.

Link: Union of Women of the Northern Caucasus.

Chatham House

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Linked with Bettina Renz – England.

Chatham House is one of the world’s leading organizations for the analysis of international issues. It is membership-based and aims to help individuals and organizations to be at the forefront of developments in an ever-changing and increasingly complex world.

Actually planed Conferences;
Current Research Areas;
Library & Information Services;
History;
Newsletter;
Annual reports;
Contact. Chatham House, 10 St James’s Square, London SW1Y 4LE, Tel: +44 (0)20 7957 5700, Fax: +44 (0)20 7957 5710, E-mail, Homepage.

Founded in 1920, Chatham House, officially known as The Royal Institute of International Affairs, is based in the heart of London. As a measure of its importance in the world of international relations, the name ‘Chatham House’ – the building – is now commonly used to refer to the organization. The listed building was home to three Prime Ministers (Pitt the Elder, Edward Stanley and William Gladstone) before being gifted to what was then the Institute of International Affairs in 1923. (full text).