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Iraqi Social Forum

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Iraqi Social Forum is a civic, non-governmental space. It was established in 2013 as an open space for social movements, organizations, and individuals who believe in social justice and human rights; believing in their political, civil, social, economic and cultural aspects. A space distinguished and marked with diversity and pluralism; far from all forms of discrimination and seeks to contribute to building and formulating the civic state in Iraq by adopting democratic dialogues that discuss ideas, develop suggestions, exchange expertise, and interact over different societal issues.

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MANUVIKASA

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MANUVIKASA is a nongovernmental organization registered in 2003 and this organization is non-political in nature. The vision of the organization is “Development of sustainable livelihood, improve education, enriched environment and development of good human values”.

MANUVIKASA is working in the areas of natural resources conservation, livelihood development and women empowerment. Every year we are harvesting 2455 million litres of water. Conserving and protecting 30000 acres of betta land (community forest). Covered 40000 families under entrepreneurship trainings and financial inclusion activities. We have distributed food kits and other relief materials to 12000 families during nationwide lockdown in Covid pandemic. We have developed 172 large and medium lakes and conserving 1348 million litres of water every year.

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Integrated Social Development Effort(ISDE) Bangladesh

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ISDE Bangladesh is a non-governmental, voluntary, not for profit making, non-religious and development organization. From inception in 1992, it has been implementing various development activities to enhance the socio-economic and cultural condition of the ultra-poor, climate refugees, vulnerable children and women, reduction of poverty and hunger; improve the health and hygiene condition. It has given emphases to the development of the women and children through education, awareness raising, access to the local resources, strengthening capacity and skills of their organization, imparting felt-need based problem-solving program by adopting modern scientific knowledge and techniques.

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The Iraqi Institution for Development

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The institution endeavors to reach an ideal society that respects human rights and founded on the basis of democracy and dialogue principles through gradual cultural and political change. A society that works on non-violence basis, more sharing, and a one that knows how to demand its rights and tied by close relationships

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The Iraqi Institution for Development

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Innovation for Change - South Asia

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I4C South Asia Hub is a platform for civil society organizations, Human Rights Defenders, journalists, activists, and art-ivists across the region of South Asia to come together in solving issues facing civic spaces.

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Innovation for Change - South Asia

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Global Forum of Communities Discriminated on Work and Descent

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The Global Forum of Communities Discriminated on Work and Descent (GFOD) is the global coordination and engagement mechanism for the Stakeholder Group of Communities Discriminated on Work and Descent (SG CDWD). Both were founded in 2021 and formally recognize the core motto of ‘Leave No One Behind’ propounded by Transforming Our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which ensures Planet, Peace and Prosperity for all, especially those who are marginalized through generations and suffered social prejudices for life of dignity and peace.

SG CDWD is comprised of communities discriminated on work and descent, who are some of the most excluded, segregated, and marginalized groups at the global and local level within their social, economic, political, and cultural systems. The consequences of this marginalization are the deprivation and systematic exclusion from education, health, access to water and sanitation, employment, voting rights, equal access to land and housing, access to religious institutions in the public sphere. The types of social structures have created systemic violence for centuries on DWD communities as heterogeneous as the Haratine in the Sahel; Forgeron in West Africa; Bantu in Sudan; Roma in Europe; Burakumin in Japan, and Dalits (formerly known as ‘untouchables’) in South Asia; Quilombo and Palenque South America.

The global coverage of DWD communities includes Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America regions with around 260 million people.

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The Inclusivity Project

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TIP is a research and analysis institute which plans to conduct research on the under developed, under reached and invisible communities in the world through providing ground level research data, evidence and information to the world. It also aims to map these communities and build capacities of these communities and individuals from the communities through trainings, study courses, conferences, discussion groups and exposure visits for understanding the conditions and magnitude of the concerns. The institution will be also working on the sustainable development goals (SDGs) especially on the monitoring and follow up/review as well as providing data and evidence for the nation state for effective and inclusive program implementation.

 

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Asia Dalit Rights Forum

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With its genesis in the upsurge created by the World Conference against Racism at Durban in 2001, which challenged the conscience of humankind against racism and other forms of inequality, cross-country solidarity building among Dalits has had a decade and a half old history. On that significant occasion, the powerful voice of the strong contingent of civil society organizations reverberated around the globe and caught the imagination of progressive human rights activists and social intellectuals, media pundits and donor partners, UN agencies and international governments regarding the form of hidden apartheid suffered by Dalit communities in India.

This voice grew louder and stronger with Dalit communities in South Asian countries joining the chorus of protest against caste discrimination and violence suffered in their own respective countries, and asserting claims for their rights and entitlements. With the NCDHR-initiated International Dalit Solidarity Network (IDSN) advocating on the international scene the cause of communities discriminated on the basis of descent and work, the upsurge of Dalit communities for public visibility, global official recognition, and access to rights and entitlements gained force, strength and momentum.

It is in this background that Asian Dalit Rights Forum as a collective of Dalit rights protagonists, originated as a germinal idea at the World Social Forum 2004 in Mumbai, India. This led to events being organized for Dalit rights activists from Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka at the India Social Forum, Delhi in November 2006. This collective idea of an Asia Dalit Rights Forum gained further clarity of perspective at the Karachi Social Forum in 2007. The rationale for this networking lay in the contiguity of the South Asian region countries, and the commonality of the systemic nature of discrimination and violence suffered by the peoples living in this region.

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Asia Dalit Rights Forum

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Alliance for Democracy in Laos

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The Alliance for Democracy in Laos (ADL) is a human rights and democracy organization. ADL stays for a peacefull change in Laos toward to democracy with a multi party system and the full implementaion of the UN human rights declaration. Another aim the independence and the sustainable developement of the Lao nation. ADL works closely for the implementaion of the 16 sutainable developement goals of the United Nations. ADL also works for a global parntership with all free nations.

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VASAVYA MAHILA MANDALI

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VASAVYA MAHILA MANDALI (VMM) established 52 years ago with Gandhian ideology as a, not for profit secular voluntary organisation is working in the rural as well as urban areas of Andhra Pradesh VMM works with a vision to promote comprehensive social, economic and political development for women, children and youth in vulnerable situations. thereby empowering communities in AP to improve their quality of life and build a better civil society in India.

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Seraphina Trust India

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Seraphina Trust is a Registered NGO, Founded in the year 2017. It is based in Dehradun, India with the aim of bringing justice, Dignity, and Recognition through the Liberation and empowerment of the poor and the Voiceless especially women and children. Its key sectors are Child Rights and Education, Youth and Skill Development, Women empowerment and Livelihood, Domestic workers and Social security

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Public Services International

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PSI global union federation, our movement, our members: together we make society happen. Public service workers run hospitals and emergency services, schools and universities, public administrations and local governments, water and electricity utilities. Imagine a world without us.

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Public Services International

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